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how to use an array of values in one query and use those values in the where clause of other query in the same Action method.
Updated 23-Aug-12 0:39am
Eduard Keilholz 23-Aug-12 6:53am
Don't understand why someone voted 1 for this question, I think there's nothing wrong with this question.

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Solution 1

have you tried to convert the array to a generic list, and use that list in the where clause?

List<int> lst = new List<int>();

var processes = from dtProcs in Process.GetProcesses()
             where (lst.Contains(dtProcs.Id))
             select dtProcs;

This should do the trick.
Matt T Heffron 23-Aug-12 14:09pm
Since arrays implement IEnumerable and IEnumerable<T>, .Contains() can be used on the array directly, without converting to List<T>.
Eduard Keilholz 26-Aug-12 6:17am
Good call

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