C# defines a good number of query operators out of the box. Table 13-3 documents some of the more commonly used query operators.
The .NET Framework 4.0 SDK documentation provides full details regarding each of the C# LINQ operators. Look up the topic "LINQ General Programming Guide" for more information.
|Query Operators||Meaning in Life|
|from, in||Used to define the backbone for any LINQ expression, which allows you to extract a subset of data from a fitting container.|
|where||Used to define a restriction for which items to extract from a container.|
|select||Used to select a sequence from the container.|
|join, on, equals, into||Performs joins based on specified key. ...|