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I have tried to read articles but most are just basic in nature. I created the sql statement below, but I may also have to modify it for linq, not sure.

Dim sqlconn1 As New SqlConnection("databasesource")
      Dim sqladaptor = New SqlDataAdapter

      sqladaptor.SelectCommand = New SqlCommand("Select Profile.Individual_ID, First_name, Middle_name, Last_name, Sex, Race, Place_of_birth, County_of_birth, State_of_birth, Date_of_birth, death.Death_ID, Place_of_death, State_of_death, County_of_death, Date_of_death, Cause_of_death, Cemetery_reference.Cemetery_ID, Cemetery_name, Cemetery_state, Cemetery_county, Cemetery_address, Cemetery_Section, Cemetery_Row, Cemetery_Lot, Grave, Burial_date from Profile full join Death On profile.Individual_ID = death.individual_ID full join Burial On Profile.Individual_ID = Burial.Individual_ID full join Cemetery_reference On Burial.Cemetery_ID = Cemetery_reference.Cemetery_ID ORDER BY Last_name ASC, First_name ASC, Date_of_birth ASC", sqlconn1)
      sqladaptor.SelectCommand.CommandTimeout = False

What is the best approach for learning more complicated linq queries, and how can I turn what I already have into a linq query?

What I have tried:

I have read articles online but I could not figure out how to attempt a multi-table linq query from an sql statement.
Updated 1-Mar-23 21:51pm

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Hi try the below tool to convert it
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