Code Inspection: Dictionary lookup can be simplified with 'TryAdd'
This inspection suggests that you can simplify the dictionary lookup by using the
TryAdd method instead of the
ContainsKey and bracket notation.
TryAdd is a method that attempts to add the specified key and value to the dictionary. If the key already exists in the dictionary, it returns
false and does not add the key-value pair. If the key does not exist, it adds the key-value pair to the dictionary and returns
TryAdd instead of
ContainsKey and bracket notation can simplify your code and make it more readable. It also has the added benefit of being more performant, as it reduces the number of dictionary lookups needed to add a new key-value pair.