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GeneralRe: Is it better to call ToList() or ToArray() in LINQ queries? Pin
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It makes sense that if theres an array and a list of the same type that there would be some additional overhead because of the added benefits of the List type. I like that linq gets rid of my for loops with lots of nested if statements.

I have been using resharper from jetbrains.com to rewrite my for loops with nested if statements and boolean logic to LINQ and now I can write my own basic lambda expressions and im finding more uses every day.
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