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Monday, June 2, 2008

What is LINQ?

  1. LINQ stands for “Language Integrated Query”.
  2. It provides Native syntax to developers for accessing data from any repository. The repository could be a memory object, database (supported by MS SQL server only) or XML files.
  3. There is no one definition for LINQ, but it aims to solve the problem where we currently use different techniques for manipulating and selecting data from databases versus XML versus object collections.
  4. LINQ aims to make our life easier by giving us a coordinated, consistent and efficient syntax from our development environment and by using your one chosen programming language, rather than switching between programming languages.
  5. Basically LINQ address the current database development model in the context of OOP model.

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