I need brief explanation of enumerable
It’s a .net concept, you can find full details here:
@vivekktr To know what an enumerable is, you must understand the verb/action enumerate. The definition of enumerate is: “mention (a number of things) one by one.”
An enumerable is just a read-only object that you can enumerate over. This means it is a collection of any type of variables that you can go through one-by-one. Since it is read-only, you can’t change the enumerable itself, you just read the information from it. This makes it the least resource intensive type of collection to iterate through (vs list, array, etc.)
Clearest explanation ever!