How to convert convert type System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection to string[]


some set of functions in my class library accepts string[] as
parameter i want to convert my
System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection to string array. is it
possible with some one liner or i have to create array with loop?

I have had no luck searching the obvious places for an answer to
why using File.WriteAllLines(); doesn't work when outputting a
StringCollection:


static
System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection infectedLog = new
System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection();
/>

Omitting code here that has populated infectedLog.......

/>File.WriteAllLines(@"C:CustomSearchInfectedFiles.txt",
infectedLog);

Could anyone either tell me what I
am doing wrong, or point me in the direction of an explanation that
will please?

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some set of functions in my class library accepts string[] as
parameter i want to convert my
System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection to string array. is it
possible with some one liner or i have to create array with loop?

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In the My.Settings of my visual basic project, I have a setting
labeled "TEXTHISTORY" which is a
System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection. I have a
combobox on the form, and when the user presses the enter
key, the text from the combobox is added to the setting. However, when
I use: My.Settings.TEXTHISTORY.Add(Combobox1.Text) I get
a "Object reference not set to an instance of an object." error. Any
ideas on how to fix this?


EDIT:
I figured out what
had happened, but I will leave this post here for any others who may
have the same issue. The problem was I had not generated the necessary
XML

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This question has probably been answered hundreds of times, but
here goes.


I have this chunck of code:

/>private void PopulateStringDropdownList(List<ObjectInfo>
listObject,
object
selectedType = null)
{
List<string> listString =
listObject.OrderBy(x => x.m_Type).ToString();
for (int i =
0; i < listString .Count; i++)
{
for (int j =
i + 1; j < listString .Count; j++)
{

if (String.Equals(listString [i], listString [j]))

{
listString.RemoveAt(j);
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I have the following dictionary in a method:


var
nmDict = xelem.Descendants(plantNS + "Month").ToDictionary(
k
=> new Tuple<int, int, string>(int.Parse(k.Ancestors(plantNS
+ "Year").First().Attribute("Year").Value),
Int32.Parse(k.Attribute("Month1").Value), k.Ancestors(plantNS +
"Report").First().Attribute("Location").Value.ToString()),
v
=> {
var detail = v.Descendants(plantNS +
"Details").First();
return

new
{

BaseHours = detail.Attribute("BaseHours").Value,

OvertimeHours = d
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I am using HTML Agility to get all the images since image dont
always have absolute path i am trying to do following. But line marked
below in the code generates error


Cannot implicitly
convert type 'System.Uri' to 'System.Collections.Generic.List'

/>

I am not sure how to fix this i tried so many option but keep on
getting one or the other error


List<String>
imgList = (from x in doc.DocumentNode.Descendants("img")

where x.Attributes["src"] != null

select
x.Attributes["src"].Value.ToLower()).ToList<String>(); />List<String> AbsoluteImageUrl = new
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