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i have list
C#
<pre>public class CompanyDetails
        {
            public long id { get; set; }
            public string companyName { get; set; }
           
        }

List<companydetails> cp = new List<companydetails>();
cp.add("Compudyne Winfosystems Limited");
cp.add("Infosys");

string cpName=CompanyName.Where(p => p.CompanyName.Contains("inf")).Tolist();

is returning only "Compudyne Winfosystems Limited" not returning
Infosys


it should return both the value b/c it contains "inf" in both the company name

What I have tried:

i have tried all the ways to figure it out
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Updated 17-Dec-20 23:53pm
Comments
BillWoodruff 18-Dec-20 8:24am
   
It is obvious from this code that will never compile that have not tried anything,

1 solution

It's case-sensitive so "Infosys" doesn't contain "inf", but it does contain "Inf". Try something like

C#
List<CompanyDetails> cp = new List<CompanyDetails>();
cp.Add(new CompanyDetails { companyName = "Compudyne Winfosystems Limited" });
cp.Add(new CompanyDetails { companyName = "Infosys" });

List<CompanyDetails> cpName = cp.Where(p => p.companyName.IndexOf("inf", StringComparison.CurrentCultureIgnoreCase) != -1).ToList();
   
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Comments
BillWoodruff 18-Dec-20 8:26am
   
It's obvious from the OP's code that he never tried anything.

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