Hey guys, recently a receive an feedback that i need to change my code, turn an lambda expression into a foreach loop because its more adherent to clean code, i create this example to explain.
The both versions give me same results, but in my opinion this lambda expression is easy to understand, and easy to write and maintain, and i like to use that.
i receive an recommendation to change that to a for-each loop, like this, to be more clean code adherent.
I really want see other people opinions and arguments about this, and i like lambda expression for me they are very powerful and easy to use.
Top comments (5)
I don't understand,
LINQ is much more readable than for each in anyday.
While foreach is faster than LINQ, its not that noticeable enough.
So the idea is
You want readability over performance = LINQ
You want a slightly faster performance over readiblity = For Each.
Totally agree, ty.
since you asked for opinions.
For me the linq statement Is much easier to understand. Clear structure and short.
When one is used to linq i don‘t know how to write it clearer.
Even when not used to linq it is almost a sentence.
For me, in this case definately pro linq!
Ty for your opinion Michael.
Here an great article about.