C# List with examples

In this article, we will learn about the C# list with the help of multiple examples.

List<T> is a dynamic collection that contains multiple objects of the same data type that can be accessed using an index.

It is similar to an array but can grow or shrink in size. Lists are commonly used to store and organize data in a sequential manner. It can dynamically perform operations like adding, searching, shorting, and removing elements from a collection.

The following diagram illustrates the methods and properties of the List<T> class.

C# List
List in C#