SortedSet<T>.Add(T) SortedSet<T>.Add(T) SortedSet<T>.Add(T) SortedSet<T>.Add(T) Method

Definition

Adds an element to the set and returns a value that indicates if it was successfully added.

public:
 virtual bool Add(T item);
public bool Add (T item);
abstract member Add : 'T -> bool
override this.Add : 'T -> bool
Public Function Add (item As T) As Boolean

Parameters

item
T T T T

The element to add to the set.

Returns

true if item is added to the set; otherwise, false.

Implements

Examples

The following example adds elements to a sorted set. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the SortedSet<T> class.

foreach (string f in files1)
{
    mediaFiles1.Add(f.Substring(f.LastIndexOf(@"\") + 1));
}
For Each f As String In files1
    mediaFiles1.Add(f.Substring((f.LastIndexOf("\") + 1)))
Next

Remarks

The SortedSet<T> class does not accept duplicate elements. If item is already in the set, this method returns false and does not throw an exception.

If Count already equals the capacity of the SortedSet<T> object, the capacity is automatically adjusted to accommodate the new item.

Applies to