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Instead, Lists, which are immutable, singly-linked lists, are typically preferred. An F# List provides an ordered, immutable series of values, and is supported for use in functional-style development. When used from F#, the List<T> class is typically referred to by the ResizeArray<'T> type abbreviation to avoid naming conflicts with F# Lists
Lists are uniquely suited to recursive programming techniques. Consider an operation that must be performed on every element of a list. You can do this recursively by operating on the head of the list and then passing the tail of the list, which is a smaller list that consists of the original list without the first element, back again to the ...
Inverted lists. Inverted lists have new items added at the bottom, like in a chat app. Follow this guidance to use an inverted list in your app. Pull-to-refresh. The pull-to-refresh pattern lets a user pull down on a list of data using touch in order to retrieve more data. Use this guidance to implement pull-to-refresh in your list view. Nested UI
In bulleted and numbered lists, end each list item with a period if: Any item forms a complete sentence when combined with the list introduction that precedes the colon. Exception Don’t use periods if all items have three or fewer words or if the items are UI labels, headings, subheadings, or strings. Any item by itself is a complete sentence.
Prerequisites. This topic assumes that you are already familiar with the topics Get to know the SharePoint REST service and Complete basic operations using SharePoint REST endpoints.It does not provide code snippets. Retrieving lists and list properties with REST