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Using LINQ to read delimited text files

, 28 Mar 2010
Did you ever face a situation where you want to read a delimited file (CSV or any similar format) and want to filter the records on the basis of some conditions (by checking some values against columns).For example, let's assume that Data.txt file contains the following...

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