Operators are those that operate on operands to perform a certain task. Powered by a rich set of query operators and expressions, you can use LINQ with absolutely any data, such as relational databases and XML files. Moreover, LINQ is type safe and extensible.
It's worth noting that in some LINQ implementations, not every operator will be available.
LINQ offers a collection of powerful operators that make the task of querying data much easier. We will explore how we can work with LINQ operators in the sections that follow.
Most standard query operators operate on a sequence where the latter is an object of type
IEnumerable<T> or the
IQueryable<T> interfaces. The standard query operators can be divided into two groups. One ...