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Uncommon elemets of collection during runtime

Uncommon elemets of collection during runtime

Uncommon elemets of collection during runtime

Hello anybody. I need some guide please. Well I want to store in a collection array values that produced during runtime. First of all, I don't know how to add the values to the collection at runtime.
Secondly, I have a second collection array with standard values when the first collection array is complete with all the values, I need to find all the uncommon values between two collections and store them to a list. Is it possible to do that and how? Any help will be much appreciated. Thank you so much in advanced.

RE: Uncommon elemets of collection during runtime

Did you try this approach as a guide? poke

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RE: Uncommon elemets of collection during runtime

It's ok, solved like that. I am not good at collections but it worked better for me with lists.
Dim arr1 As New List(Of Byte)
arr1.Add(10) : arr1.Add(30) : arr1.Add(50)

Dim arr2 As New List(Of Byte) From {10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60}
Dim ExceptionArr As IEnumerable(Of Byte) = arr2.Except(arr1)

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