Review: LINQ Quickly
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Published: 11 Apr 2008
Abstract
One of the big advantages of LINQ is that we could use it against Objects, collections, XML, etc. Most importantly, searching a collection or a node in XML can be easily done using LINQ. LINQ uses queries similar to SQL, which is rather easy compared to querying an XML using XPath. The author, Satheesh Kumar, explains LINQ and how it can be used to solve the most common issues lying around objects, XML, SQL, Datasets and XSD. This is a great book for beginners.
by Jesudas Chinnathampi (Das)
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Introduction

One of the big advantages of LINQ is that we can use it against Objects, collections, XML, etc. Most importantly, searching a collection or a node in XML can be easily done using LINQ. LINQ uses queries similar to SQL, which is rather easy compared to querying an XML using XPath. The author, Satheesh Kumar, explains LINQ and how it can be used to solve the most common issues lying around objects, XML, SQL, Datasets and XSD.

To know more about this book, please visit the publishers, PACKT, website:

http://www.packtpub.com/linq-quick-starter/book.


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