Can we replace a for loop iteration with LinQ?

FranK Duc 121 Reputation points


I need to do this:

var listm = new List<double>();

             for(int z = 0; z < 40; z++)

                fibo2 = (listm[z] - lowPrice0) / (Ncma - lowPrice0);

// Is there a way to replace the for loop with some Linq method to do the same?

//I am getting lags above iteration 100 and crash above 150. The for loop is part of a nested for loop.
//Maybe it wont solve the problem but i can at least test something else.

Thank you

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  1. AgaveJoe 26,186 Reputation points

    The code you've provided is unusable as it contains unknown variables and most likely the "crash" is caused by logic within the loop not the loop itself.

        class Program
            private static readonly Random _random = new Random();
            static void Main(string[] args)
                double lowPrice = 2.2d;
                double Ncma = 8;
                List<double> items = PopulateList(10);
                items.ForEach(i => {
                    double value = (i - lowPrice) / (Ncma - lowPrice);
            public static List<double> PopulateList(int iterations)
                List<double> items = new List<double>();
                for (int i = 0; i< iterations; i++)
                    items.Add(i + _random.Next(100));
                return items;
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