Join Anton Delsink for an in-depth discussion in this video Implement Content.GetFeed, part of Object Oriented Programming with C#.
- [Instructor] Now that we are ready…to look for the content by the users specified,…we need to interrogate the collection on line eight,…PublishedPosts, to get a subset of the published posts…filtered by the list of users specified…from the follows variable, and then combine all of the posts…by all of those users into a collection that we can return.…The IEnumerable of post on line 23.…So on line 25, we'll start writing some link,…let's just make sure we have the name space imported.…
So at the top, copy and paste line one,…and add system.link so that on line 26,…we can say a first variable equals…from the elements of PublishedPosts,…and dictionaries have elements of type key value pairs,…so I'll say kvp in PublishedPosts.…And so kvp is the individual element…of the PublishedPosts collection,…so it has a key value pair.…
So I'll filter by kvp.key, being in the collection…of users being provided as a parameter.…And so this will look a little bit odd…if you're new to this.…I'll say follows.Contains that key.…So we want to select content,…
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