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Select b.DISTRICT,b.TEHSIL,b.UID,b.BeneficiaryFullname,b.BeneficiaryRationCardID, b.Gender
from
(
select BeneficiaryRationCardID, min(DOB) as MaxAge
from BPLFamilyDetails where gender='F'
group by BeneficiaryRationCardID
) a
inner join BPLFamilyDetails b on a.BeneficiaryRationCardID=b.BeneficiaryRationCardID and a.MaxAge=b.DOB
inner join
(
select x.BeneficiaryRationCardID
from BPLFamilyDetails x
left join (select BeneficiaryRationCardID from BPLFamilyDetails where UID is null) y on x.BeneficiaryRationCardID=y.BeneficiaryRationCardID
where y.BeneficiaryRationCardID iS null
group by x.BeneficiaryRationCardID
) c on a.BeneficiaryRationCardID=c.BeneficiaryRationCardID
where b.Gender='F'


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What I have tried:

I have tried for online tool to convert query from sql to linq but didnt succeed.
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Updated 29-Dec-22 8:24am
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Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan 15-Jan-22 19:22pm    
I would keep this query in SQL for performance reasons and map the records/results to C# instead. :-)

Found couple of tools in the below msdn social comments section

Try
1. LINQPad - The .NET Programmer's Playground

2. Linqer | SQL to LINQ converter

Hope this helps.

My personal opinion - try a Stored Procedure rather than a complicated LINQ query. That would be way easier to manage and trouble shoot and more more efficient if it is fetching bulk data.
 
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Graeme_Grant 29-Dec-22 23:53pm    
This was already answered and accepted back in January. Please stick to current questions where help is needed.
Vivek_Dutta 30-Dec-22 12:35pm    
Thank you Grant. I just shared because I found the more recent and improved solution. I will stick to new questions.
 
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See LINQ to SQL example here: Getting Started - ADO.NET | Microsoft Docs[^]
 
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Maciej Los 16-Jan-22 3:39am    
5ed!

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