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Old 02-04-2013, 09:30 AM   #1
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In-depth diff of X # of lists in C#

I have X # of LISTS(dynamic length) so there could be 2, 10, etc. lists.

I thought about using a set like structure but realized that while it can determine if all lists are equal, it won't tell me "list 2 has element A instead of element B, list 3 lacks element C, and list 7 has an additional element D.

Finally, the elements are objects, so I'll have to implement an Equals() function to compare 2 elements for equality. For example, the elements could be "car" objects that hold a string for manufacturer and an int for price.

Thank you.


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