infinite loop within a foreach?


I have a foreach, inside of a try/catch, within a property.  And somehow the foreach is looping infinitely.  Is there anything amiss so far that could cause this.  Any ideas?

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Mike TomlinsonHigh School Computer Science, Computer Applications, and Mathematics TeachersCommented:
Could we possibly see the code?....
Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
That will be difficult without seeing your code.
athapaCEO / CTOCommented:
My guess is that you are probably trying to set the value of the property using the property name again instead of using some private variable.
For example

public string SomeString
        this.SomeString = value;


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ba272Author Commented:
that's right!  I was using a property name, instead of a variable name.  Different only by case.  Good call.

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