Set<T>.Try Get Value(T, T) Method
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Searches the set for a given value and returns the equal value it finds, if any.
public: bool TryGetValue(T equalValue, [Runtime::InteropServices::Out] T % actualValue);
public bool TryGetValue (T equalValue, out T actualValue);
member this.TryGetValue : 'T * 'T -> bool
Public Function TryGetValue (equalValue As T, ByRef actualValue As T) As Boolean
The value to search for.
The value from the set that the search found, or the default value of T when the search yielded no match.
A value indicating whether the search was successful.
This can be useful when you want to reuse a previously stored reference instead of a newly constructed one (so that more sharing of references can occur) or to look up a value that has more complete data than the value you currently have, although their comparer functions indicate they are equal.