Code Inspection: Use method Any()
In a code snippet like this:
if (myEnumerable.Count() > 0)
JetBrains Rider suggests replacing the
Count() > 0 part with the
Any() extension method for two reasons. First, Any() without parameters is quicker than Count() as it does not iterate through the whole collection. Second,
Any() improves the readability of your code, indicating that the developer just wants to check if there are any items in the collection and isn't concerned with the exact number of items.
Last modified: 08 March 2021