System.Collections namespace in the .NET Framework Class Library is the primary source for nongeneric collections. These classes provide standard implementations of many of the data structures discussed in Chapter 19 with collections that store references of type
object. In this section, we demonstrate classes
In most programming languages, conventional arrays have a fixed size—they cannot be changed dynamically to conform to an app’s execution-time memory requirements. In some apps, this fixed-size limitation presents a problem. You must choose between using fixed-size arrays that are large enough to store the maximum number of elements the app may require ...