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The SortedList collection represents Key-Value pairs in the ascending order of the keys by default. The elements can be accessed by both the key and index as required.Constructors in SortedList CollectionThe different constructors and their description is given as follows:Table: Constructors in SortedList in C#Source: MSDNConstructorsDescriptionSortedList()This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the default initial capacity, and is sorted according to the IComparable interface implemented by each key added to the SortedList object.SortedList(IComparer)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the default initial capacity, and is sorted according to the specified IComparer interface.SortedList(IComparer, Int32)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the specified initial capacity, and is sorted according to the specified IComparer interface.SortedList(IDictionary)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that contains elements copied from the specified dictionary, has the same initial capacity as the number of elements copied, and is sorted according to the IComparable interface implemented by each key.SortedList(IDictionary, IComparer)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that contains elements copied from the specified dictionary, has the same initial capacity as the number of elements copied, and is sorted according to the specified IComparer interface.SortedList(Int32)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the specified initial capacity, and is sorted according to the IComparable interface implemented by each key added to the SortedList object.Properties in SortedList CollectionThe different properties and their description is given as follows:Table: Properties in SortedList in C#Source: MSDNPropertiesDescriptionCapacityThis property gets or sets the capacity of a SortedList object.CountThis property gets the number of elements contained in a SortedList object.IsFixedSizeThis property gets a value indicating whether a SortedList object has a fixed size.IsReadOnlyThis property gets a value indicating whether a SortedList object is read-only.IsSynchronizedThis property gets a value indicating whether access to a SortedList object is synchronizedItem[Object]This property gets and sets the value associated with a specific key in a SortedList object.KeysThis property gets the keys in a SortedList object.SyncRootThis property gets an object that can be used to synchronize access to a SortedList object.ValuesThis property gets the values in a SortedList object.Methods in SortedList CollectionThe different methods and their description is given as follows:Table: Methods in SortedList in C#MethodsDescriptionAdd(Object, Object)This method adds an element with the specified key and value to a SortedList object.Clear()This method removes all elements from a SortedList object.Clone()This method creates a shallow copy of a SortedList object.Contains(Object)This method determines whether a SortedList object contains a specific key.ContainsKey(Object)This method determines whether a SortedList object contains a specific key.ContainsValue(Object)This method determines whether a SortedList object contains a specific value.CopyTo(Array, Int32)This method copies SortedList elements to a one-dimensional Array object, starting at the specified index in the array.Equals(Object)This method determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.GetByIndex(Int32)This method gets the value at the specified index of a SortedList object.GetEnumerator()This method returns an IDictionaryEnumerator object that iterates through a SortedListobject.GetHashCode()This method serves as the default hash function.GetKey(Int32)This method gets the key at the specified index of a SortedList object.GetKeyList()This method gets the keys in a SortedList object.GetType()This method gets the Type of the current instance.GetValueList()This method gets the values in a SortedList object.IndexOfKey(Object)This method returns the zero-based index of the specified key in a SortedList object.IndexOfValue(Object)This method returns the zero-based index of the first occurrence of the specified value in a SortedList object.MemberwiseClone()This method creates a shallow copy of the current Object.Remove(Object)This method removes the element with the specified key from a SortedList object.RemoveAt(Int32)This method removes the element at the specified index of a SortedList object.SetByIndex(Int32, Object)This method replaces the value at a specific index in a SortedList object.Synchronized(SortedList)This method returns a synchronized (thread-safe) wrapper for a SortedList object.ToString()This method returns a string that represents the current object.TrimToSize()This method sets the capacity to the actual number of elements in a SortedList object.SortedList OperationsSome of the SortedList operations are given as follows:Adding elements in SortedListElements can be added to the SortedList using the Add() method. It adds the specified key and value pairs to the dictionary. The program that demonstrates this is given as follows:Source Code: Program to add elements in SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections.Generic; namespace SortedListDemo {   class Example   {      static void Main(string[] args)      {        SortedList<int, string> s = new SortedList<int, string>();        s.Add(9,"Harry");        s.Add(2,"Sally");        s.Add(3,"Clarke");        s.Add(1,"James");        s.Add(7,"Emma");        s.Add(6,"Susan");        Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements are as follows:");        foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)        {            Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);        }      }   } }The output of the above program is as follows:SortedList elements are as follows: Key: 1     Value: James Key: 2     Value: Sally Key: 3     Value: Clarke Key: 6     Value: Susan Key: 7     Value: Emma Key: 9     Value: HarryDeleting elements from SortedListAn element can be deleted from the SortedList using the Remove() method. This method deletes the key, value pair with the specific key that is provided. The program that demonstrates this is given as follows:Source Code: Program to delete elements from SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections.Generic; namespace SortedListDemo {   class Example   {      static void Main(string[] args)      {        SortedList<int, string> s = new SortedList<int, string>();        s.Add(9,"Harry");        s.Add(2,"Sally");        s.Add(3,"Clarke");        s.Add(1,"James");        s.Add(7,"Emma");        s.Add(6,"Susan");          Console.WriteLine("Original SortedList elements:");        foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)        {            Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);        }        s.Remove(3);        s.Remove(6);        Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements after deletion:");        foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)        {            Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);        }      }   } }The output of the above program is as follows:Original SortedList elements: Key: 1     Value: James Key: 2     Value: Sally Key: 3     Value: Clarke Key: 6     Value: Susan Key: 7     Value: Emma Key: 9     Value: Harry SortedList elements after deletion: Key: 1     Value: James Key: 2     Value: Sally Key: 7     Value: Emma Key: 9     Value: HarryFinding an element in SortedListThe ContainsKey() method finds if a key is present in the SortedList or not. If it is present, ContainsKey() returns TRUE and otherwise it returns FALSE. Similarly, ContainsValue() finds if a value is present in the Dictionary or not. If it is present, ContainsValue() returns TRUE and otherwise it returns FALSE.The program that demonstrates this is given as follows:Source Code: Program to find an element in SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections.Generic; namespace SortedListDemo {   class Example   {      static void Main(string[] args)      {        SortedList<int, string> s = new SortedList<int, string>();        s.Add(9,"Harry");        s.Add(2,"Sally");        s.Add(3,"Clarke");        s.Add(1,"James");        s.Add(7,"Emma");        s.Add(6,"Susan");        Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements:");        foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)        {            Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);        }        Console.WriteLine();        Console.WriteLine("The key 9 is present in SortedList: " + s.ContainsKey(3));        Console.WriteLine("The value Monica is present in SortedList: " + s.ContainsValue("Monica"));      }   } }The output of the above program is as follows:SortedList elements: Key: 1     Value: James Key: 2     Value: Sally Key: 3     Value: Clarke Key: 6     Value: Susan Key: 7     Value: Emma Key: 9     Value: Harry The key 9 is present in SortedList: True The value Monica is present in SortedList: FalseCheck whether the SortedList has a fixed size or notUse the IsFixedSize() property in C# to get a value stating whether the SortedList has a fixed size or notLet us see an example:Source Code: Program that checks whether the SortedList has a fixed size or not in C#using System; using System.Collections; namespace SortedListExample {   class Example {      static void Main(string[] args) {         SortedList sList = new SortedList();         sList.Add("L001", "Elyse");         sList.Add("L002", "Meg");         sList.Add("L003", "Sarah");         sList.Add("L004", "Nicole");         sList.Add("L005", "Alyssa");         sList.Add("L006", "Megan");         sList.Add("L007", "Jess");         sList.Add("L008", "Belinda");         Console.WriteLine("Fixed Size? " + sList.IsFixedSize);      }   } }The above program gives the following output:Fixed Size? FalseCheck whether the SortedList is read only or notUse the IsFixedSize() property in C# to get a value stating whether the SortedList is read only or notLet us see an example:Source Code: Program that checks whether the SortedList is read only or not in C#using System; using System.Collections; namespace SortedListExample {   class Example {      static void Main(string[] args) {         SortedList sList = new SortedList();         sList.Add("L001", "Elyse");         sList.Add("L002", "Meg");         sList.Add("L003", "Sarah");         sList.Add("L004", "Nicole");         sList.Add("L005", "Alyssa");         sList.Add("L006", "Megan");         sList.Add("L007", "Jess");         sList.Add("L008", "Belinda");         Console.WriteLine("Read Only? " + sList.IsReadOnly);      }   } }The above program gives the following output:Read Only? FalseGet the keys in the SortedListUse the Keys property to get the keys in the SortedList. Let us see how to implement it in C#:Source Code: Program that gets the keys in the SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections; namespace Demo {   class Example {      static void Main(string[] args) {         SortedList sList = new SortedList();         sList.Add("A", "Mic");         sList.Add("B", "Speaker");         sList.Add("C", "Devices");         sList.Add("D", "Screenguards");         sList.Add("E", "Memory Cards");         ICollection res = sList.Keys;         foreach (string k in res) {            Console.WriteLine(k);         }      }   } }The above program gives the following output:A B C D EGet the maximum size of the SortedListUse the Capacity property to get the maximum size of the SortedList:Source Code: Program that get the maximum size of the SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections; namespace SortedListExample {   class Example {      static void Main(string[] args) {         SortedList sList = new SortedList();         sList.Add("AB01", "Dirk");         sList.Add("AB02", "Nolan");         sList.Add("AB03", "Carst");         sList.Add("AB04", "Darren");         sList.Add("AB05", "Daan");         sList.Add("AB06", "Andre");         sList.Add("AB07", "Timm");         sList.Add("AB08", "Logan");         Console.WriteLine("Capacity = " + sList.Capacity);      }   } }The above example gives the following output:Capacity = 16Count the number of elements in a SortedListUse the Count property to count the number of elements in a SortedList. Let us see an example:Source Code: Program that counts the number of elements in a SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections; namespace SortedListExample {   class Example {      static void Main(string[] args) {         SortedList sList = new SortedList();         sList.Add("AB01", "Dirk");         sList.Add("AB02", "Nolan");         sList.Add("AB03", "Carst");         sList.Add("AB04", "Darren");         sList.Add("AB05", "Daan");         sList.Add("AB06", "Andre");         sList.Add("AB07", "Timm");         sList.Add("AB08", "Logan");         Console.WriteLine("Capacity = " + sList.Capacity);         Console.WriteLine("Count = " + sList.Count);      }   } }The above program displays the following output:Capacity = 16 Count = 8Values property of SortedList CollectionThe Values property allows a user to display the values of a SortedList. Let us see an example to display only the values:Source Code: Program that demonstrates the values property in a SortedList in C#using System; using System.Collections; namespace SortedListExample {   class Example {      static void Main(string[] args) {         SortedList sList = new SortedList();         sList.Add("AB01", "Dirk");         sList.Add("AB02", "Nolan");         sList.Add("AB03", "Carst");         sList.Add("AB04", "Darren");         sList.Add("AB05", "Daan");         sList.Add("AB06", "Andre");         sList.Add("AB07", "Timm");         sList.Add("AB08", "Logan");         Console.WriteLine("Count = " + sList.Count);         Console.WriteLine("Here are the values:");         foreach (string res in sList.Values)        {            Console.WriteLine(res);        }      }   } }The above program displays the following output:Count = 8 Here are the values: Dirk Nolan Carst Darren Daan Andre Timm Logan
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SortedList Collection in C#

The SortedList collection represents Key-Value pairs in the ascending order of the keys by default. The elements can be accessed by both the key and index as required.

Constructors in SortedList Collection

The different constructors and their description is given as follows:

Table: Constructors in SortedList in C#

Source: MSDN

ConstructorsDescription
SortedList()This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the default initial capacity, and is sorted according to the IComparable interface implemented by each key added to the SortedList object.
SortedList(IComparer)

This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the default initial capacity, and is sorted according to the specified IComparer interface.
SortedList(IComparer, Int32)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the specified initial capacity, and is sorted according to the specified IComparer interface.
SortedList(IDictionary)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that contains elements copied from the specified dictionary, has the same initial capacity as the number of elements copied, and is sorted according to the IComparable interface implemented by each key.
SortedList(IDictionary, IComparer)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that contains elements copied from the specified dictionary, has the same initial capacity as the number of elements copied, and is sorted according to the specified IComparer interface.
SortedList(Int32)This constructor initializes a new instance of the SortedList class that is empty, has the specified initial capacity, and is sorted according to the IComparable interface implemented by each key added to the SortedList object.

Properties in SortedList Collection

The different properties and their description is given as follows:

Table: Properties in SortedList in C#

Source: MSDN

PropertiesDescription
CapacityThis property gets or sets the capacity of a SortedList object.
CountThis property gets the number of elements contained in a SortedList object.
IsFixedSizeThis property gets a value indicating whether a SortedList object has a fixed size.
IsReadOnlyThis property gets a value indicating whether a SortedList object is read-only.
IsSynchronizedThis property gets a value indicating whether access to a SortedList object is synchronized
Item[Object]This property gets and sets the value associated with a specific key in a SortedList object.
KeysThis property gets the keys in a SortedList object.
SyncRootThis property gets an object that can be used to synchronize access to a SortedList object.
ValuesThis property gets the values in a SortedList object.

Methods in SortedList Collection

The different methods and their description is given as follows:

Table: Methods in SortedList in C#

MethodsDescription
Add(Object, Object)This method adds an element with the specified key and value to a SortedList object.
Clear()This method removes all elements from a SortedList object.
Clone()This method creates a shallow copy of a SortedList object.
Contains(Object)This method determines whether a SortedList object contains a specific key.
ContainsKey(Object)This method determines whether a SortedList object contains a specific key.
ContainsValue(Object)This method determines whether a SortedList object contains a specific value.
CopyTo(Array, Int32)This method copies SortedList elements to a one-dimensional Array object, starting at the specified index in the array.
Equals(Object)This method determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.
GetByIndex(Int32)This method gets the value at the specified index of a SortedList object.
GetEnumerator()This method returns an IDictionaryEnumerator object that iterates through a SortedListobject.
GetHashCode()This method serves as the default hash function.
GetKey(Int32)This method gets the key at the specified index of a SortedList object.
GetKeyList()This method gets the keys in a SortedList object.
GetType()This method gets the Type of the current instance.
GetValueList()This method gets the values in a SortedList object.
IndexOfKey(Object)This method returns the zero-based index of the specified key in a SortedList object.
IndexOfValue(Object)This method returns the zero-based index of the first occurrence of the specified value in a SortedList object.
MemberwiseClone()This method creates a shallow copy of the current Object.
Remove(Object)This method removes the element with the specified key from a SortedList object.
RemoveAt(Int32)This method removes the element at the specified index of a SortedList object.
SetByIndex(Int32, Object)This method replaces the value at a specific index in a SortedList object.
Synchronized(SortedList)This method returns a synchronized (thread-safe) wrapper for a SortedList object.
ToString()This method returns a string that represents the current object.
TrimToSize()This method sets the capacity to the actual number of elements in a SortedList object.

SortedList Operations

Some of the SortedList operations are given as follows:

Adding elements in SortedList

Elements can be added to the SortedList using the Add() method. It adds the specified key and value pairs to the dictionary. The program that demonstrates this is given as follows:

Source Code: Program to add elements in SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
namespace SortedListDemo
{
  class Example
  {
     static void Main(string[] args)
     {
       SortedList<int, string> s = new SortedList<int, string>();
       s.Add(9,"Harry");
       s.Add(2,"Sally");
       s.Add(3,"Clarke");
       s.Add(1,"James");
       s.Add(7,"Emma");
       s.Add(6,"Susan");
       Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements are as follows:");
       foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)
       {
           Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);
       }
     }
  }
}

The output of the above program is as follows:

SortedList elements are as follows:
Key: 1     Value: James
Key: 2     Value: Sally
Key: 3     Value: Clarke
Key: 6     Value: Susan
Key: 7     Value: Emma
Key: 9     Value: Harry

Deleting elements from SortedList

An element can be deleted from the SortedList using the Remove() method. This method deletes the key, value pair with the specific key that is provided. The program that demonstrates this is given as follows:

Source Code: Program to delete elements from SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
namespace SortedListDemo
{
  class Example
  {
     static void Main(string[] args)
     {
       SortedList<int, string> s = new SortedList<int, string>();
       s.Add(9,"Harry");
       s.Add(2,"Sally");
       s.Add(3,"Clarke");
       s.Add(1,"James");
       s.Add(7,"Emma");
       s.Add(6,"Susan");  
       Console.WriteLine("Original SortedList elements:");
       foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)
       {
           Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);
       }
       s.Remove(3);
       s.Remove(6);
       Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements after deletion:");
       foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)
       {
           Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);
       }
     }
  }
}

The output of the above program is as follows:

Original SortedList elements:
Key: 1     Value: James
Key: 2     Value: Sally
Key: 3     Value: Clarke
Key: 6     Value: Susan
Key: 7     Value: Emma
Key: 9     Value: Harry

SortedList elements after deletion:
Key: 1     Value: James
Key: 2     Value: Sally
Key: 7     Value: Emma
Key: 9     Value: Harry

Finding an element in SortedList

The ContainsKey() method finds if a key is present in the SortedList or not. If it is present, ContainsKey() returns TRUE and otherwise it returns FALSE. Similarly, ContainsValue() finds if a value is present in the Dictionary or not. If it is present, ContainsValue() returns TRUE and otherwise it returns FALSE.

The program that demonstrates this is given as follows:

Source Code: Program to find an element in SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
namespace SortedListDemo
{
  class Example
  {
     static void Main(string[] args)
     {
       SortedList<int, string> s = new SortedList<int, string>();
       s.Add(9,"Harry");
       s.Add(2,"Sally");
       s.Add(3,"Clarke");
       s.Add(1,"James");
       s.Add(7,"Emma");
       s.Add(6,"Susan");
       Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements:");
       foreach (KeyValuePair<int, string> i in s)
       {
           Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}     Value: {1}", i.Key, i.Value);
       }
       Console.WriteLine();
       Console.WriteLine("The key 9 is present in SortedList: " + s.ContainsKey(3));
       Console.WriteLine("The value Monica is present in SortedList: " + s.ContainsValue("Monica"));
     }
  }
}

The output of the above program is as follows:

SortedList elements:
Key: 1     Value: James
Key: 2     Value: Sally
Key: 3     Value: Clarke
Key: 6     Value: Susan
Key: 7     Value: Emma
Key: 9     Value: Harry

The key 9 is present in SortedList: True
The value Monica is present in SortedList: False

Check whether the SortedList has a fixed size or not

Use the IsFixedSize() property in C# to get a value stating whether the SortedList has a fixed size or not

Let us see an example:

Source Code: Program that checks whether the SortedList has a fixed size or not in C#

using System;
using System.Collections;
namespace SortedListExample {
  class Example {
     static void Main(string[] args) {
        SortedList sList = new SortedList();
        sList.Add("L001", "Elyse");
        sList.Add("L002", "Meg");
        sList.Add("L003", "Sarah");
        sList.Add("L004", "Nicole");
        sList.Add("L005", "Alyssa");
        sList.Add("L006", "Megan");
        sList.Add("L007", "Jess");
        sList.Add("L008", "Belinda");
        Console.WriteLine("Fixed Size? " + sList.IsFixedSize);
     }
  }
}

The above program gives the following output:

Fixed Size? False

Check whether the SortedList is read only or not

Use the IsFixedSize() property in C# to get a value stating whether the SortedList is read only or not

Let us see an example:

Source Code: Program that checks whether the SortedList is read only or not in C#

using System;
using System.Collections;
namespace SortedListExample {
  class Example {
     static void Main(string[] args) {
        SortedList sList = new SortedList();
        sList.Add("L001", "Elyse");
        sList.Add("L002", "Meg");
        sList.Add("L003", "Sarah");
        sList.Add("L004", "Nicole");
        sList.Add("L005", "Alyssa");
        sList.Add("L006", "Megan");
        sList.Add("L007", "Jess");
        sList.Add("L008", "Belinda");
        Console.WriteLine("Read Only? " + sList.IsReadOnly);
     }
  }
}

The above program gives the following output:

Read Only? False

Get the keys in the SortedList

Use the Keys property to get the keys in the SortedList. Let us see how to implement it in C#:

Source Code: Program that gets the keys in the SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections;
namespace Demo {
  class Example {
     static void Main(string[] args) {
        SortedList sList = new SortedList();
        sList.Add("A", "Mic");
        sList.Add("B", "Speaker");
        sList.Add("C", "Devices");
        sList.Add("D", "Screenguards");
        sList.Add("E", "Memory Cards");
        ICollection res = sList.Keys;
        foreach (string k in res) {
           Console.WriteLine(k);
        }
     }
  }
}

The above program gives the following output:

A
B
C
D
E

Get the maximum size of the SortedList

Use the Capacity property to get the maximum size of the SortedList:

Source Code: Program that get the maximum size of the SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections;
namespace SortedListExample {
  class Example {
     static void Main(string[] args) {
        SortedList sList = new SortedList();
        sList.Add("AB01", "Dirk");
        sList.Add("AB02", "Nolan");
        sList.Add("AB03", "Carst");
        sList.Add("AB04", "Darren");
        sList.Add("AB05", "Daan");
        sList.Add("AB06", "Andre");
        sList.Add("AB07", "Timm");
        sList.Add("AB08", "Logan");
        Console.WriteLine("Capacity = " + sList.Capacity);
     }
  }
}

The above example gives the following output:

Capacity = 16

Count the number of elements in a SortedList

Use the Count property to count the number of elements in a SortedList. Let us see an example:

Source Code: Program that counts the number of elements in a SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections;
namespace SortedListExample {
  class Example {
     static void Main(string[] args) {
        SortedList sList = new SortedList();
        sList.Add("AB01", "Dirk");
        sList.Add("AB02", "Nolan");
        sList.Add("AB03", "Carst");
        sList.Add("AB04", "Darren");
        sList.Add("AB05", "Daan");
        sList.Add("AB06", "Andre");
        sList.Add("AB07", "Timm");
        sList.Add("AB08", "Logan");
        Console.WriteLine("Capacity = " + sList.Capacity);
        Console.WriteLine("Count = " + sList.Count);
     }
  }
}

The above program displays the following output:

Capacity = 16
Count = 8

Values property of SortedList Collection

The Values property allows a user to display the values of a SortedList. Let us see an example to display only the values:

Source Code: Program that demonstrates the values property in a SortedList in C#

using System;
using System.Collections;
namespace SortedListExample {
  class Example {
     static void Main(string[] args) {
        SortedList sList = new SortedList();
        sList.Add("AB01", "Dirk");
        sList.Add("AB02", "Nolan");
        sList.Add("AB03", "Carst");
        sList.Add("AB04", "Darren");
        sList.Add("AB05", "Daan");
        sList.Add("AB06", "Andre");
        sList.Add("AB07", "Timm");
        sList.Add("AB08", "Logan");
        Console.WriteLine("Count = " + sList.Count);
        Console.WriteLine("Here are the values:");
        foreach (string res in sList.Values)
       {
           Console.WriteLine(res);
       }
     }
  }
}

The above program displays the following output:

Count = 8
Here are the values:
Dirk
Nolan
Carst
Darren
Daan
Andre
Timm
Logan

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