LINQ Lycanthropy: Transformations into LINQ

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 05 Jan 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

LINQ is one of the few technologies that you can start to use without a lot of preliminary learning. Also, it lends itself to learning by trying out examples. With Michael's help, you can watch as your conventional C# code changes to ravenous LINQ before your very eyes....

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