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Monday, June 2, 2008

How LINQ works?

Central to LINQ is the query pattern, which specifies a set of method signatures called “query operators” that a data source must implement in order to be LINQ enabled. Together these methods form a rich query language for filtering, projection, sorting and grouping, aggregation, joining, etc. of data sources.
The query operators are strongly typed, generic methods. Because every data source implements the same signatures, the same queries can be written in the same way against any data source.

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