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C# -- Why for each slower than For loop RRS feed

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  • Here is a short an easy to understand explanation.

    A foreach loop requires the use of an Enumerator to iterate over the collection, which requires accessing the Current property and calling the MoveNext method on each iteration, which take some processing time.

    The for loop only has to call get_Item (an indexer) on each iteration, so that’s one less call than the foreach loop, which makes a slight difference in performance.


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