Atulya Panda
How to initialize Dictionary<int, string> using collection initialize?
Posted by Atulya Panda in ASP.NET Programming on Nov 26, 2012
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Posted by manju lata yadav on Jul 09, 2014
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Dictionary students = new Dictionary()
{
{ 111, new StudentName {FirstName="Sachin", LastName="Karnik", ID=211}},
{ 112, new StudentName {FirstName="Dina", LastName="Salimzianova", ID=317}},
{ 113, new StudentName {FirstName="Andy", LastName="Ruth", ID=198}}
};

The innermost braces enclose the object initializer for the StudentName, and the outermost braces enclose the initializer for the key/value pair that will be added to the students Dictionary. Finally, the whole collection initializer for the dictionary is enclosed in braces.

Posted by keerthi rakasi on Feb 28, 2013
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it will store values in key/value pair.And the syntax is
Dictionary obj=new Dictionary();
obj.Add(1,"jan");
obj.Add(2,"feb");

Posted by Atulya Panda on Nov 26, 2012
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Dictionary t = new Dictionary() { {1, “a”}, {2, “vb”}, {3, “c”}};


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