Creating a synchronized wrapper for a SortedList object in C#

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To create a synchronized wrapper for a SortedList object, the code is as follows −

Example

 Live Demo

using System;
using System.Collections;
public class Demo {
   public static void Main(){
      SortedList sortedList = new SortedList();
      sortedList.Add("1", "Tom");
      sortedList.Add("2", "Ryan");
      sortedList.Add("3", "Nathan");
      Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements...");
      foreach(DictionaryEntry d in sortedList){
         Console.WriteLine("Key = "+d.Key + ", Value = " + d.Value);
      }
      SortedList sortedList2 = SortedList.Synchronized(sortedList);
      Console.WriteLine("SortedList is synchronized? = "+sortedList2.IsSynchronized);
   }
}

Output

This will produce the following output −

SortedList elements...
Key = 1, Value = Tom
Key = 2, Value = Ryan
Key = 3, Value = Nathan
SortedList is synchronized? = True

Example

Let us now see another example −

 Live Demo

using System;
using System.Collections;
public class Demo {
   public static void Main(){
      SortedList sortedList = new SortedList();
      sortedList.Add("1", "AB");
      sortedList.Add("2", "CD");
      sortedList.Add("3", "EF");
      sortedList.Add("4", "GH");
      sortedList.Add("5", "IJ");
      sortedList.Add("6", "KL");
      Console.WriteLine("SortedList elements...");
      foreach(DictionaryEntry d in sortedList){
         Console.WriteLine("Key = "+d.Key + ", Value = " + d.Value);
      }
      Console.WriteLine("SortedList is synchronized? = "+sortedList.IsSynchronized);
   }
}

Output

This will produce the following output −

SortedList elements...
Key = 1, Value = AB
Key = 2, Value = CD
Key = 3, Value = EF
Key = 4, Value = GH
Key = 5, Value = IJ
Key = 6, Value = KL
SortedList is synchronized? = False
raja
Published on 10-Dec-2019 12:00:28
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