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NETFx IEnumerable.ForEach extension method
Exposes a ForEach<T> extension method on IEnumerable<T>, just like List<T> does.
Library containing IAsyncEnumerable, and async LINQ methods.
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LambdaComparer class and extension methods additionall to System.Linq.Enumerable methods
This package lets you use regular arithmetic operators on enumerables. It also provides convenient extension methods for System.Math and System.Numerics.Complex methods.
LINQ-like fluent extension methods for Bogosoft's async collections.
NETFx IEnumerable.ForEach extension method xUnit Tests
xUnit tests for netfx-System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable.ForEach
Sequences is a port of Scala's Stream[+A] to C#.
A Sequence<T> is an immutable lazy list whose elements are only evaluated when they are needed. A sequence is composed by a head (the first element) and a lazily-evaluated tail (the remaining elements).
The fact that the tail is lazily-evaluated,...
A fast generic PriorityQueue data structure .NET
A lightweight library containing common utilities for working with .NET collections and enumerables
Simple library to implement pagination in .NET.
KLibrary Subsets - Enumerable2
The Enumerable2 class.
Project Composite introduces extensions that make building sequence-based composite data processing solutions seamless and easy. It has interfaces specifically tailored for C# and F# use.
A library with better semantics for list manipulation
This package contains lists with Python-like behaviour implemented.
DbContext extensions that helps iterate queryables in batches
An extension for representing a deep object graph as a flat series of values
An extension for representing an object's public instance property values as a series of values in alphabetical order of the property names
Source code package. An extension for expressing a deep object graph as a flat series of values.
Source code package. An extension for retrieving an object's public instance property values as a series of values (boxed) in alphabetical order of the property names, or if the object is already a collection, the elements of that collection (boxed).
Linq extensions that helps iterate enumerables in batches