PLINQ in .NET

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PLINQ (Parallel LINQ) is a parallel implementation of the LINQ. PLINQ was introduced in the .NET Framework 4.0. It provides facility to query on IEnumerable or IEnumerable data source data source in a type-safe manner. PLINQ internally separates the given object and performs the operation in multiple threads on different cores.  read more

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