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How does it work in C#? - Part 3 (C# LINQ in detail)

, 23 Jul 2013
Language Integrated Query (LINQ) is a Microsoft .NET Framework component that works as a communicator between the objects and the data. This article partially taken from the "Expert C# 5.0" - book and it will explore the different extension methods used in the LINQ using C# and IL code to discuss..
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