Project Description

A super set of the System.Collections.Generic.List<T> class, adding overloads for some methods and operator overloads into the mix.

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Library Api

SuperList<T> operator +(SuperList<T> list1,SuperList<T> list2) Appends a second list to another var addedList = new SuperList<int>{1,2,3} + new SuperList<int>{4,5,6};
SuperList<T> operator +(SuperList<T> list1,T item) Appends an item to the end of the list var addedList = new SuperList<int>{1,2,3}+4;
SuperList<T> operator<<(SuperList<T> list,int times) Removes n items at the beginning of the list var list=new SuperList<int>{1,2,3,4,5,6}<<3;
SuperList<T> operator>>(SuperList<T> list,int times) Removes n items at the end of the list var list=new SuperList<int>{1,2,3,4,5,6}>>3;
SuperList<T> operator *(SuperList<T> list, int times) Duplicates the list n times and puts the duplicates in with the original values as one list
var result = new SuperList<int>{1,2,3}*2;
 Insert(int index, SuperList<T> items) Inserts a collection of elements into the list at the specified index. new SuperList<int>{1,2,3}.Insert(2,new SuperList<int>{8,9})
 RemoveAt(int index, int amount) Removes several elements specified by an amount at a given index. new SuperList<int>{1,2,3,4,5,6,7}.RemoveAt(2,3)
IEnumerable<SuperList<T>> operator /(SuperList<T> listToSplice, int n) Splices a list into n equal parts new SuperList<int>{1,2,3,4,5,6}/3
bool Contains(SuperList<T> items, bool inSequence) Checks to see whether a collection of items is contained in the list. inSequence checks if the list contains the elements found in the exact same order new SuperList<int>{1,2,3,4,5,6,7}.Contains(new SuperList<int>{3,4,5},true)

Last edited Feb 25, 2013 at 9:58 AM by xwestidan, version 14