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in a foreach, how can i view the current and the next element in the bloc?

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hello,
i have a foreach loop on an ArrayList,
foreach(MyObj anObj in ArrayList){
    anObj.method();
                                            <- how can i catch the following objt in the same bloc?
}

thank you in advance.
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add an int32 or something outside of the foreach instantiated and set = to 1. then just increment each time in the foreach you can use this to index the next value.
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Int32 index = 1;

foreach(MyObj anObj in ArrayList){
    anObj.method();
     ArrayList[index].method();
     index++;                                  <- how can i catch the following objt in the same bloc?
}
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