I have an object called entry. It has min and max in float and fileName in string. And those objects are stored in a list
List<Entry> minMaxList = new List<Entry>();
I need to find an object(s) with the highest value and with the minimum value alongside with its file name.
So if I have an array like this
Entry1 Entry2 Entry3 min max filename min max filename min max filename | 2 | 120 | file1.txt | | 2 | 150 | file1.txt | | 5 | 150 | file1.txt |
I want to get that the objects with the lowest value are Entry1 and Entry2 and objects with the highest value are Entry2 and Entry3
I tried this:
var max = minMaxList.Max(r => r.getMax())
which works good, but it returns me a single value, without any other information about where it came from. I need either the whole object, or at least the filenames in which this value is. I wonder if it can be done in a single command, or if I have to then iterate the list again and find all the entries base on the min and max selected earlier.