Creating a dictionary in .NET Part 3 – Reading elements

Now it’s time to read some from our dictionary.

First let’s see if there’s a key you want to see.

if ( openWith.ContainsKey("bmp") ) {
     Console.WriteLine("The key bmp exists!");

Great! Let’s enumerate the dictionary next.

foreach ( KeyValuePair<string, string> kvp in openWith ) {
                Console.WriteLine($"Here is the key and value: {kvp.Key} - {kvp.Value}");

Awesome! Now go out and create some dictionaries!

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