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Invent your own Dynamic LINQ parser

, 20 May 2013
This is an alternative for "Dynamically generate a LINQ query with a custom property".

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publicly available No 5-Mar-14 10:58 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content. Changes: 533
13 No 4-Mar-14 14:27 Pending Andreas Gieriet
Fix high-lighting that went lost while posting... :-(
12 No 4-Mar-14 14:14 Pending Andreas Gieriet
See comment on V1.6
10 No 20-May-13 6:05 Pending Andreas Gieriet
Remove broken smilie.
9 No 20-May-13 6:01 Pending Andreas Gieriet
Introduced "Extending the Parser" section and moved some code from "Points of Interest" to that new section - added more for extending the parser.
7 No 4-Sep-12 12:21 Pending Andreas Gieriet
Fixed some minor typos
6 No 8-Apr-12 11:01 Available Smitha Vijayan
5 No 6-Apr-12 9:44 Available Smitha Vijayan
4 No 6-Apr-12 6:45 Composing Andreas Gieriet
3 No 30-Mar-12 2:10 Available Andreas Gieriet
2 No 29-Mar-12 7:31 Available Andreas Gieriet
1 No 27-Mar-12 21:18 Available Andreas Gieriet

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