on 8/24/2013 3:57 PM
I’ve had the pleasure of working with and interviewing C# developers for over a decade now. However here’s 5 common misconceptions I continue to encounter. 1) Lists are implemented as linked lists List<T> is actually implemented using an underlying array. The name is a little misleading with the earlier non-generic version having the less ambiguous name of ArrayList and in F# they are aliased to ResizeArray to avoid confusion. Needless to say the performance characteristics of operations on an array are [...]
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