How can I get this base = { base: 'base', prop: '2093482938' } array in JavaScript to C#?

base = { base: 'base', prop: '897070980989'}; ingr_mapArray.push(base); protien = { protein: 'protein', prop: '452341342453'}; ingr_mapArray.puh(protein);

I want to get ingr_mapArray in C#. And wants to store in a List<‘Ingrediants>. How can I get this array?

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  1. This is how you should go about it

    class Ingrediants
    {
        string Type { get; set; }
        string Prop { get; set; }
    }
    

    Then where you need the list you do

    List<Ingrediants> ingr_mapArray = new List<Ingrediants>();
    
    Ingrediants base = new Ingrediants
    {
       Type = "base",
       Prop = "897070980989"
    };
    
    ingr_mapArray.Add(base);
    
    Ingrediants protien = new Ingrediants
    {
       Type = "protien",
       Prop = "452341342453"
    };
    
    ingr_mapArray.Add(protien);
    

    In your example, the base object has a property "base", and similarly protien has "protien" which is not something you can do in the same class. So I named it Type where you can provide either base or protien.

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