SortedSet<T>.ExceptWith(IEnumerable<T>) SortedSet<T>.ExceptWith(IEnumerable<T>) SortedSet<T>.ExceptWith(IEnumerable<T>) SortedSet<T>.ExceptWith(IEnumerable<T>) Method

Definition

Removes all elements that are in a specified collection from the current SortedSet<T> object.

public:
 virtual void ExceptWith(System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<T> ^ other);
public void ExceptWith (System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<T> other);
abstract member ExceptWith : seq<'T> -> unit
override this.ExceptWith : seq<'T> -> unit
Public Sub ExceptWith (other As IEnumerable(Of T))

Parameters

other
IEnumerable<T> IEnumerable<T> IEnumerable<T> IEnumerable<T>

The collection of items to remove from the SortedSet<T> object.

Implements

Exceptions

Examples

The following example removes elements from a sorted set that are duplicated in another sorted set. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the SortedSet<T> class.

// Remove elements in mediaFiles1 that are also in mediaFiles2.
Console.WriteLine("Remove duplicates (of mediaFiles2) from the set...");
Console.WriteLine("\tCount before: {0}", mediaFiles1.Count.ToString());
mediaFiles1.ExceptWith(mediaFiles2);
Console.WriteLine("\tCount after: {0}", mediaFiles1.Count.ToString());
' Remove elements in mediaFiles1 that are also in mediaFiles2.
Console.WriteLine("Remove duplicates (of mediaFiles2) from the set...")
Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Count before: {0}", _
        mediaFiles1.Count.ToString)
mediaFiles1.ExceptWith(mediaFiles2)
Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Count after: {0}", _
        mediaFiles1.Count.ToString)

Remarks

This method removes any element in the current SortedSet<T> that is also in other. Duplicate values in other are ignored.

This method is an O(n) operation, where n is the number of elements in the other parameter.

Applies to