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In C#, how do you output the contents of a Dictionary class?

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In C#, how do you output the contents of a Dictionary class?

Once you have loaded a Dictionary class with keys and values, how do I cycle through them and output the individual values in a foreach loop?

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[source lang="csharp"]foreach (var entry in myDictionary)
{
Console.WriteLine("Key: {0}, Value: {1}", entry.Key, entry.Value);
}[/source]
Super easy. Definitely worth looking into the link SiCrane posted above as well. I'm using var opposed to directly creating a KeyValuePair, which is the actual class the dictionary uses for iteration. Edited by Flimflam

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