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Entity Framework Tutorial - Second Edition by Joydip Kanjilal

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Operators in LINQ

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.

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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.

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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 ...

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