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List of strings from dictionary

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Hi, I'm really struggling with creating a list that takes the keys from a dictionary and puts them into a list.

I know i need set up a variable for the list to return, then use a loop, transfer each key into the list.
Then return the list.

Please Help!

**IM using visual Basic!**
Nov 27 '13 #1
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Frinavale
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You should be able to use the Dictionary's Keys Property to retrieve the keys and put them into a list...

You can take advantage of the List's Constructor that takes an IEnumerable parameter to populate the list with the items you already have.

For example:
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  1. Dim theKeys As New List(Of String)(myDictionary.Keys)
-Frinny
Dec 2 '13 #2

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