How to work with a priority queue in .NET 6

A queue is a data structure that works on a first in, first out (FIFO) basis. Items are inserted at the rear of the queue and removed from the front. The term “enqueue” denotes the operation that inserts data in the queue, while the term “dequeue” denotes the operation that removes data from the queue.

A priority queue is a type of queue in which the elements are arranged based on priority values you assign to them. Support for a priority queue was newly introduced in .NET 6. This article will discuss the PriorityQueue class in .NET 6 and how to work with it in our .NET 6 applications.

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