# 使用Linq的通用列表中的值格式化字符串[英] Formatting a string using values from a generic list by LINQ

### 问题描述

Sector 1
Sector 2
Sector 4

All Sectors

Sector 1 & 2 & 4 -

All Sectors -

string retrieveSectors += sectors.Count == 0
? string.Empty
: sectors.OrderBy(
y =>
y.Sector.Substring(
y.Sector.Length - 1, 1)).
GroupBy(g => g.Sector).Select(
g => g.First()).ToList().Aggregate(
retrieveSectors,
(current, y) =>
(current == retrieveSectors
? current +
y.Sector
: current + " & " +
y.Sector.
Substring(
y.Sector.
Length - 1, 1))) + " - "

## 推荐答案

string retrieveSectors =
string.Format(
"sectors {0} -",
sectors.Select(s => s.Replace("sector ", "").Replace("|", ""))
.OrderBy(s => s)
.Aggregate((a, b) => string.Format("{0} & {1}", a, b))
);

## 其他推荐答案

List<String> list = new List<String>() { "Sector 1", "Sector 2", "Sector 4" };

(list.Count == 0 ? "Not any sector " :
((list.Contains("All Sectors") ? "All Sectors " :
"Sector " + String.Join(" & ", list.OrderBy(c => c).ToArray())
.Replace("Sector", String.Empty)))) + " - "

List<String> list = new List<String>();
List<String> list = new List<String>() { "All Sectors" };

## 其他推荐答案

String.Join(" & ", source).Replace(" Sector ", " ")

String.Join(" & ", source.OrderBy(s => s)).Replace(" Sector ", " ")

source.Any() ? String.Join(" & ", source.OrderBy(s => s)).Replace(" Sector ", " ") : "No sectors"

### 问题描述

Question Updated

I have a generic list which can contains the following values:

Sector 1
Sector 2
Sector 4

or the following value:

All Sectors

I want to format this values in a string like this:

Sector 1 & 2 & 4 -

or

All Sectors -

Currently, I have the following code to format the same. It works, but is very complicated.

string retrieveSectors += sectors.Count == 0
? string.Empty
: sectors.OrderBy(
y =>
y.Sector.Substring(
y.Sector.Length - 1, 1)).
GroupBy(g => g.Sector).Select(
g => g.First()).ToList().Aggregate(
retrieveSectors,
(current, y) =>
(current == retrieveSectors
? current +
y.Sector
: current + " & " +
y.Sector.
Substring(
y.Sector.
Length - 1, 1))) + " - "

In the above code, the variable sector is the generic list. Can someone help me to attain the results in a simplified way.? Or may be modify the above code so that it is more understandable.

Any help appreciated. Thanks

## 推荐答案

Maybe a little more simple:

string retrieveSectors =
string.Format(
"sectors {0} -",
sectors.Select(s => s.Replace("sector ", "").Replace("|", ""))
.OrderBy(s => s)
.Aggregate((a, b) => string.Format("{0} & {1}", a, b))
);

## 其他推荐答案

Try this out!

List<String> list = new List<String>() { "Sector 1", "Sector 2", "Sector 4" };

(list.Count == 0 ? "Not any sector " :
((list.Contains("All Sectors") ? "All Sectors " :
"Sector " + String.Join(" & ", list.OrderBy(c => c).ToArray())
.Replace("Sector", String.Empty)))) + " - "

Also work for:

List<String> list = new List<String>();
List<String> list = new List<String>() { "All Sectors" };

## 其他推荐答案

Assuming source is any kind of IEnumerable<string> where Sectors are stored, probably the more concise syntax is :

String.Join(" & ", source).Replace(" Sector ", " ")

Or this, if source might be unordered and you want ordered sector numbers :

String.Join(" & ", source.OrderBy(s => s)).Replace(" Sector ", " ")

And finally, ultimate refinement to check for "no sector at all" like in Renato's answer :

source.Any() ? String.Join(" & ", source.OrderBy(s => s)).Replace(" Sector ", " ") : "No sectors"

All of these solutions work anyway in the 2 cases you mentioned at first (simply, the 2 latter are enhanced versions to deal with addtional cases which might reasonably occur and interest you).