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So far, we have published 26 LINQ tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 2064325 (Two Million Sixty Four Thousand Three Hundred Twenty Five) developers and architects.

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Abstract: In LINQ, queries have two different behaviors of execution: immediate and deferred. In this article, we will take a quick overview of how Deferred query execution and Immediate Query Execution works in LINQ
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Abstract: PLINQ provides support for Parallel programming and is closely related to the Task Parallel Library. In very simple words, PLINQ enables a query to automatically take advantage of multiple processors. In this article, we will see a simple example of transforming a LINQ query to PLINQ.
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Abstract: I have been writing some LINQ tutorials, tips and How To's on my blog and most of these posts contain short snippets that can be used in your project or that demonstrate how to use LINQ effectively. I wanted to share them with my readers over here. These short examples demonstrate how to use a particular LINQ feature and are listed over here in no particular order.
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Abstract: In this article, we will see how to perform a JOIN between a Collection and XML Data using LINQ.
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Abstract: In this article, we will learn LINQ To XML using some ‘How Do I’ kind of examples.
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Abstract: In this article, we will use LINQ to print the Longest and Shortest Type Name in .NET 4.0.
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Abstract: I was recently going through the forums and found some developers struggling with queries involving Classes with One-To-Many Relationship. In this article, I will demonstrate how to query a Hierarchical Parent-Child Structure using LINQ.
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Abstract: This article demonstrates how to query a Web Service’s public API using LINQ
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Abstract: : In this article, we will read an XML file containing Master-Detail records and represent it as an object using LINQ.
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Abstract: In this article, we will see how to read and filter the RSS Feed of dotnetcurry.com using LINQ to XML.
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Abstract: I was recently working on a requirement where I had to read a XML file and then identify a key, value pair and load it into a Dictionary object. I used LINQToXML to solve this requirement.
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Abstract: In Part I of this article, I shared some common operations on List. In this article, I will share some advanced examples that demonstrate common operations on List
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Abstract: In this article, I will demonstrate some common operations on List using LINQ
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Abstract: In this article, I will demonstrate a simple example of converting a List<> to XML using LINQ.

Partitioning Data Using LINQ

Posted by: Suprotim Agarwal , on 11/16/2009
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Abstract: We often come across requirements where data needs to be partitioned into two parts and then return one of the parts. The Partition Operators in LINQ helps you partition data. In this article, we will see how to use these operators to partition collections
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