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IEnumerable interface exposes the enumerator, which supports a simple iteration over a non-generic collection.

using System;
using System.Collections;

public class Employee
    public Employee(string fName, string lName)
        this.firstName = fName;
        this.lastName = lName;

    public string firstName;
    public string lastName;

public class EmployeeCollection : IEnumerable
    private Employee[] _people;
    public EmployeeCollection(Employee[] pArray)
        _people = new Employee[pArray.Length];

        for (int i = 0; i < pArray.Length; i++)
            _people[i= pArray[i];

    IEnumerator IEnumerable.GetEnumerator()
       return (IEnumeratorGetEnumerator();

    public EmployeeCollectionEnum GetEnumerator()
        return new EmployeeCollectionEnum(_people);

public class EmployeeCollectionEnum : IEnumerator
    public Employee[] _people;

    int position = -1;

    public EmployeeCollectionEnum(Employee[] list)
        _people = list;

    public bool MoveNext()
        return (position < _people.Length);

    public void Reset()
        position = -1;

    object IEnumerator.Current
            return Current;

    public Employee Current
                return _people[position];
            catch (IndexOutOfRangeException)
                throw new InvalidOperationException();

class App
    static void Main()
        Employee[] peopleArray = new Employee[3]
            new Employee("A""D"),
            new Employee("B""E"),
            new Employee("C""F"),

        EmployeeCollection peopleList = new EmployeeCollection(peopleArray);
        foreach (Employee p in peopleList)
            Console.WriteLine(p.firstName + " " + p.lastName);


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