C# Program to Get the Hash-Code of Enum Constants

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C# program to get the hash-code of enum constants

//C# program to get the hash-code of enum constants.

using System;

enum COLOR
{
    RED, GREEN, YELLOW, BLACK, WHITE, BLUE
}

class EnumDemo
{
    static void PrintHashCode(COLOR color)
    {
        switch (color)
        {
            case COLOR.RED:
                Console.WriteLine("Color is Red,    hashcode: " + COLOR.RED.GetHashCode());
                break;
            case COLOR.GREEN:
                Console.WriteLine("Color is Green,  hashcode: " + COLOR.GREEN.GetHashCode());
                break;
            case COLOR.YELLOW:
                Console.WriteLine("Color is Yellow, hashcode: " + COLOR.YELLOW.GetHashCode());
                break;
            case COLOR.BLACK:
                Console.WriteLine("Color is Black,  hashcode: " + COLOR.BLACK.GetHashCode());
                break;
            case COLOR.WHITE:
                Console.WriteLine("Color is White,  hashcode: " + COLOR.WHITE.GetHashCode());
                break;
            case COLOR.BLUE:
                Console.WriteLine("Color is Blue,   hashcode: " + COLOR.BLUE.GetHashCode());
                break;
        }
    }
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        PrintHashCode(COLOR.RED);
        PrintHashCode (COLOR.GREEN);
        PrintHashCode (COLOR.BLUE);
    }
}
Color is Red,    hashcode: 0
Color is Green,  hashcode: 1
Color is Blue,   hashcode: 5
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