ElementAtOrDefault Operator with a Valid Index

   
 

using System;
using System.Linq;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
public class Employee {
    public int id;
    public string firstName;
    public string lastName;

    public static ArrayList GetEmployeesArrayList() {
        ArrayList al = new ArrayList();
        al.Add(new Employee { id = 1, firstName = "J", lastName = "R" });
        al.Add(new Employee { id = 2, firstName = "W", lastName = "G" });
        al.Add(new Employee { id = 3, firstName = "A", lastName = "H" });
        al.Add(new Employee { id = 4, firstName = "D", lastName = "L" });
        al.Add(new Employee { id = 101, firstName = "K", lastName = "F" });
        return (al);
    }

    public static Employee[] GetEmployeesArray() {
        return ((Employee[])GetEmployeesArrayList().ToArray(typeof(Employee)));
    }
}
public class MainClass {
    public static void Main() {
        Employee emp = Employee.GetEmployeesArray().ElementAtOrDefault(3);

        Console.WriteLine(emp == null ? "NULL" :string.Format("{0} {1}", emp.firstName, emp.lastName));
    }
}

    


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