LINQ the Bridge between the world of Objects & the world of Data
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Published: 29 May 2009
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Abstract
In this article, I will illustrate how LINQ makes the relation between objects and data easy to deal with. I will also use code samples to make a comparison between regular code and LINQ code.
by Abdulla Hussein AbdelHaq
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Introduction

This article will not make you an expert in LINQ, you can find thousands of articles that talk about LINQ in details, but you can say that this article is like developer to developer tech-talk.

I will try as "a developer" to illustrate what useful things that I found in LINQ, and makes me surprised how it could reduce my line of code using new rich query language that become a part of the .NET platform.

Through the article, we will talk about LINQ to Object, and we will make a comparison between regular code and LINQ code.

 


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Title: G8   
Name: G MURALI
Date: 2010-12-22 7:05:14 PM
Comment:
VERY NICE AND SIMPLY SUPERB; THANKS FOR SUCH A GOOD DESCRIPTION AND INTERSTING TO WORK ON LINQ
Title: Nice One...!   
Name: Sam
Date: 2010-11-27 12:27:17 AM
Comment:
Not Bad...It Helps....
Title: Really veryt very good   
Name: Yashvi
Date: 2009-12-15 6:14:23 AM
Comment:
I had read a lot links to understand LINQ. But i didn't get anything to implement. But yours one is very usefull
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Name: Horses
Date: 2009-06-01 12:20:14 PM
Comment:
Very Useful Links are provided here in this article. It is really a nice experience for me to visit your site & read some Quality articles. Thanks.

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