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If for some reason, you want to intervene and control the number of items that your list can contain, you can manipulate the Capacity property.
For example, you can assign it a constant to set the maximum value that the list can contain.
The Array List class implements the IList, the ICollection, and the IEnumerable interfaces.The syntax of the System:: Collections:: Array List:: Add() method is: The argument of the method is the value to add to the list.If the method succeeds with the addition, it returns the position where the value was added in the list.If you already have an ICollection-based list, that is, a list created from a class that implements the ICollection interface, you can initialize your Array List list with it. The number of items of the list is managed through the memory it occupies and this memory grows as needed.To support this, the Array List class is equipped with the following constructor: After declaring an Array List or a List variable, it is empty. The number of items that the memory allocated is currently using is represented by the Capacity property. Capacity property: This would produce: The capacity of a list will usually be the least of your concerns.
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