Why is it that the List is so widely used, even when there is absolutly no need for the features of a List? I think one of the most important reasons is it beeing so easily available. You could simply use the extension method .ToList() on any IEnumerable.
To help out in this matter, and hopefully...
VB.NET source file that contains an extension method that allows to shuffle an array or other IList.
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This library implements an extendable ObservableList<T>, which generates INotifyCollectionChanged events, works when downcast, and can wrap IList<T>, and ObservableListSynchronizer<TSource,TDestination> which synchronizes two related ObservableLists<T>.
The ObservableList implmenents IList,...
NList brings an enormous number of powerful, STL-like algorithms to the .NET platform for processing indexable collections. There is a handlebars.js-like text generator. It has a powerful IComparer builder. There is a DefaultDictionary class. There is a class to convert an object into a dictionary...