I am doing a .NET MVC tutorial. With that being said, I've came across code like this:Index view for Movies looks like:
I randomly sorted an IEnumerable. I keep printing out the same element, and getting a different result.
I thought I know everything about IEnumerable<T> but I just met a case that I cannot explain. When we call .Where linq method on a IEnumerable, the execution is deferred until the object is enumerated, isn't it?
I have castedand I would like to see if this enumerable has any elements, via using Linq Query Any(). But unfortunately, even with using Linq, I can't.
I'm using a custom implementation of a Stream that will stream an IEnumerable<T> into a stream. I'm using this EnumerableStream implementation to perform the conversion.
I have an IEnumerable of a certain object which has a bool property. I would like to count for how many objects this property is set to true in a compact (in terms of code lines) and readable way.
In every tech talk, or in every blog post I've read about IEnumerable and IObservable I read that, IEnumerable is pull-based structure and IObservable is push-based structure.