Category: LINQ Tutorial


As a set of .NET framework extensions, LINQ is the preferred mechanism for data access by ASP.NET developers. ASP.NET 3.5 Read more…


The term ‘Lambda expression’ has derived its name from ‘lambda’ calculus which in turn is a mathematical notation applied for Read more…


A part of the ADO.NET Entity Framework, LINQ to Entities is more flexible than LINQ to SQL, but is not Read more…


LINQ to XML offers easy accessibility to all LINQ functionalities like standard query operators, programming interface, etc. Integrated in the Read more…


A Dataset offers an extremely useful data representation in memory and is used for a diverse range of data based Read more…


LINQ to Objects offers usage of any LINQ query supporting IEnumerable<T>for accessing in-memory data collections without any need of LINQ Read more…


LINQ to SQL offers an infrastructure (run-time) for the management of relational data as objects. It is a component of Read more…


A set of extension methods forming a query pattern is known as LINQ Standard Query Operators. As building blocks of Read more…


Before starting with LINQ programs, it is best to first understand the nuances of setting up a LINQ environment. LINQ Read more…


The acronym LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query. Microsoft’s query language is fully integrated and offers easy data access from Read more…

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