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Posted 11 Oct 2013

LINQ to Objects (and Everything)

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The most hyped new feature in Visual Studio 2008 is LINQ, which stands for Language INtegrated Queries. It's awesome, and you'll be using it to talk

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The most hyped new feature in Visual Studio 2008 is LINQ, which stands for Language INtegrated Queries. It's awesome, and you'll be using it to talk to SQL, Objects and everything in between.  Specifically to LINQ to Objects, this mechanism has the ability to query anything that implements IEnumerable<T>, which is a nice feature because it allows for creating complex logic to search collections by.

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