List<'T>.TrueForAll Method (Predicate<'T>)
Determines whether every element in the List<'T> matches the conditions defined by the specified predicate.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
The Predicate<'T> is a delegate to a method that returns true if the object passed to it matches the conditions defined in the delegate. The elements of the current List<'T> are individually passed to the Predicate<'T> delegate, and processing is stopped when the delegate returns false for any element. The elements are processed in order, and all calls are made on a single thread.
This method is an O(n) operation, where n is Count.
The following example demonstrates the Predicate<'T> generic delegate.method and several other methods that use
A List<'T> of strings is created, containing 8 dinosaur names, two of which (at positions 1 and 5) end with "saurus". The example also defines a search predicate method named EndsWithSaurus, which accepts a string parameter and returns a Boolean value indicating whether the input string ends in "saurus".
The EndsWithSaurus method. The search stops when the EndsWithSaurus method returns false.method traverses the list from the beginning, passing each element in turn to the
In C# and Visual Basic, it is not necessary to create the Predicate<string> delegate (Predicate(Of String) in Visual Basic) explicitly. These languages infer the correct delegate from context and create it automatically.
Available since 4.5
Available since 2.0
Portable Class Library
Supported in: portable .NET platforms
Windows Phone Silverlight
Available since 8.0
Available since 8.1