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101 LINQ Samples

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Learn how to use LINQ in your applications with these code samples, covering the entire range of LINQ functionality, demonstrating LINQ with objects. Once you've learned LINQ using object sequences, you can use LINQ with any supported data source.

Exploring LINQ using this tutorial

This tutorial starts with the fundamentals of LINQ. You can follow each page in order to explore all the elements of LINQ. Following step-by-step lets you explore LINQ from these fundamental queries through more complicated queries, up to the most complex uses.

Alternatively, if you're familiar with LINQ, you can jump to a specific section to refresh your knowledge, or learn new techniques. Here is the full list of samples:

Restriction operators: The where keyword

The where keyword or Where method provide this capability. These operators restrict, or filter, the input sequence to produce an output sequence.

Projection operators: The select keyword

The select keyword or Select method provide this capability. These operators create output sequence elements from input sequence elements. The output elements may be either the same or different types.

Partition operators

Use the Take, Skip, TakeWhile and SkipWhile methods to partition the input sequence. You can get a slice of the input sequence as the output sequence.

Ordering operators

The orderby keyword, along with descending, and the OrderBy, ThenBy, OrderbyDescending and ThenByDescending LINQ queries are used to sort data output.

Grouping operators

The GroupBy and into operators organize a sequence into buckets.

Set Operators

These operators provide functionality to compare multiple sets of data. You can find the intersection, union, all distinct elements and the difference between sets.

Conversion operators

Sometimes you want to convert a query result set to a different kind of collection. These operators show how you can do this.

Element operators

The methods First, FirstOrDefault, Last, LastOrDefault, and ElementAt retrieve elements based on the position of that element in the sequence.

Generate sequences

These methods generate sequences of integers.

Quantifying members

The methods Any and All test for elements that match a condition. Any checks for one element. All checks that all elements match the condition.

Aggregator operators

There are a number of methods that perform calculations on values in a sequence. Note that some of these methods require that the input sequence is a numeric type. Those methods are noted below.

Sequence operations

These methods operate on entire sequences rather than elements of a sequence. They compare sequences or create new sequences from combining all elements.

Eager and lazy query execution

You can use different query operations to specify eager execution instead of lazy execution.

Join operations

These operations perform similar functions to SQL join operators. These work with any LINQ data source.

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