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This article describes an All-In-One Code Framework sample that is available for download. This code sample demonstrates how to write LINQ to Objects query including some basic LINQ operations such as SELECT, UPDATE, ORDER BY, MAX and AVERAGE by using Visual C# and Visual Basic .NET.
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Technical overviewThe term "LINQ to Objects" refers to the use of LINQ query with any IEnumerable or IEnumerable(T) collection directly, without to use an intermediate LINQ provider or API such as LINQ to SQL or LINQ to XML. You can use LINQ to query any enumerable collections such as List (T), Array, or Dictionary(TKey, TValue). The collection may be user-defined or returned by a .NET Framework API.
In a basic sense, LINQ to Objects query represents a new approach to collections. In the old way, you had to write complex foreach loop that specified how to retrieve data from a collection. In the LINQ approach, you write declarative code that describes what you want to retrieve.
In addition, LINQ query has three main advantages compare to the traditional foreach loop:
Note For more information about how to create the sample application and how to deploy the sample application, see the Readme.txt file that is included in the download package.
LanguagesThis code sample contains the following programming languages:
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What is All-In-One Code Framework?All-In-One Code Framework shows most Microsoft development techniques by using code samples in different programming languages. Each example is carefully selected, composed, and documented to show one common code scenario. For more information about All-In-One Code Framework, visit the following Web site:
How to find more All-In-One Code Framework samplesTo find more All-In-One Code Framework samples, you can simply click the following link:
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Article ID: 2278185 - Last Review: August 12, 2010 - Revision: 3.0