Zip Operator in LinQ C#.

Recently I found a very beautiful feature of LinQ that is “Zip Operator”. It merges two sequences by using the specified predicate function.

using System;
using System.Linq;
using System.Web.UI;

public partial class Zip_Operator : System.Web.UI.Page
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        if (!Page.IsPostBack)

    private void ZipOperator()
        string[] country = { “China”, “India”, “Japan”, “South Korea”, “France” };
        string[] capital ={ “Beijing”,
                           “New Delhi”,
        var countryCapital = country.Zip(capital, (countries, capitals) => countries + “: ” + capitals);
        string zip = “<table><th>Country : Capital</th>”;
        foreach (var str in countryCapital)
            zip += “<tr><td>” + str.ToString() + “</td></tr>”;
        zip += “</table>”;       
Output is:

Country : Capital
China: Beijing
India: New Delhi
Japan: Tokyo
South Korea: Seoul
France: Paris

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