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I don't have too much experience with C# so if someone could point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it. I have a foreach loop that references a variable of an object. I wish to make another foreach loop inside the main one that compares (or performs actions on) the current variable to the rest of the variables in the array of the object. I have the following code:

// Integrate forces for each body.
    foreach (RigidBodyBase body in doc.Bodies)
    {
        // Don't move background-anchored bodies.
        if (body.anchored) continue;

        // This is where we will add Each Body's gravitational force 
        //  to the total force exerted on the object.

        // For each other body, get it's point and it's mass.

            // Find the gravitational force exterted between target body and looped body.
                // Find distance between bodies.
                    // vector addition
                // Force = G*mass1*mass2/distance^2
            // Find vector of that force.
            // Add Force to TotalGravityForce
        // loop until there are no more bodies.
        // Add TotalGravityForce to body.totalForce

    }

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I don't have too much experience with C# so if someone could point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it. I have a foreach loop that references a variable of an object. I wish to make another foreach loop inside the main one that compares (or performs actions on) the current variable to the rest of the variables in the array of the object. I have the following code:

// Integrate forces for each body.
    foreach (RigidBodyBase body in doc.Bodies)
    {
        // Don't move background-anchored bodies.
        if (body.anchored) continue;

        // This is where we will add Each Body's gravitational force 
        //  to the total force exerted on the object.

        // For each other body, get it's point and it's mass.

            // Find the gravitational force exterted between target body and looped body.
                // Find distance between bodies.
                    // vector addition
                // Force = G*mass1*mass2/distance^2
            // Find vector of that force.
            // Add Force to TotalGravityForce
        // loop until there are no more bodies.
        // Add TotalGravityForce to body.totalForce

    }

Answers:

Each time you execute foreach, (even while nesting them) the internal Enumerator should "new" up a new iterator for you, there should not be any issue with that. The issues come about when you are adding, or removing items from the collection while you are still iterating...

Remember, in the inner foreach, to check to make sure you are not on the same item as the outer for each is on

  foreach( RigidBodyBase body in doc.Bodies)
     foreach ( RigidBodyBase otherBody in doc.Bodies)
         if (!otherBody.Anchored && otherBody != body)  // or otherBody.Id != body.Id -- whatever is required... 
              // then do the work here

by the way, the best place to put this code would be in a GravityForce property of the RigidBodyBase class, Then you could just write:

   foreach (RigidBodyBase body in doc.Bodies)
       body.TotalForce += body.GravityForce; 

although depending on what you're doing here (moving all objects?) they're may be even more opportunity for refactoring... I'd also consider having a separate property for the "other" forces, and have TotalForce Property do the summing of the Gravity Force and the "other" Forces?

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IMHO it should be possible, although you should really consider Kibbee's suggestion. Maybe you can optimize it that way too (for example, like this:)

int l = doc.Bodies.Count;
for ( int i = 0; i < l; i++ )
    for ( int j = i + 1; j < l; j++ )
        // Do stuff 

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I don't see a problem with this as long as you don't change doc.Bodies inside the inner loop, as this would cause things to blow up. But in theory this would work. As for optimization I'm not sure if it is best, but it is possible.

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Well, this is a O(n^2) algorithm, but I guess you have no choice here. How about encapsulating more of your logic into another method. This makes the thing just plain old more readable.

foreach (RigidBodyBase body in doc.Bodies)        
{                
   Integrateforces(ref body, Bodies);
}

...

public void Integrateforces(RigidBodyBase out body, RigidBodyBase[] Bodies)
{
  //Put your integration logic here
}

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In this case, it's probably better to use a regular for loop with an index to what element you are on. Trying to iterate over the same collection withing it's own foreach loop will cause problems.

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