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Introduced in my previous blog post on The Essence of LINQ – MinLINQ , the first release of this project is now available for reference at the LINQSQO CodePlex website at http://linqsqo.codeplex.com . Compared to the write-up over here in my previous post, there are a few small differences and caveats...
I just released the RTM bits of LINQSQO on CodePlex . This project was one of my first LINQ-related ones and goes back to the early PDC 05 days where LINQ was first shown to the world. The project contains a custom implementation of the LINQ Standard Query Operators used in LINQ. More specifically, it's...
Today, the LINQ-SQO ( " A custom implementation of the .NET Standard Query Operators from LINQ " ) project was officially added on CodePlex on the following URL: http://www.codeplex.com/Wiki/View.aspx?ProjectName=LINQSQO . The project's mission statement is below: This project helps you to understand...
After named parameters and optional parameters , we'll take a little breadth and deviate a bit from the language specifics to present a new LINQ operator: Zip. Just like a zipper zips two streams of materials together, LINQ's Zip operator can zip together two sequences. Here's the signature...
A small post this time. While playing around with LINQ queries lately I noticed one minor missing piece that's merely a convenience thing but anyhow I thought to share it with the world: a ForEach operator. Such a "sequence operator" (to use an old-fashioned word, remember LINQ to Objects...
Recently I delivered a talk at TechEd South Africa on “Custom LINQ Providers”. This is a very broad topic to cover in barely 60 minutes especially if one has to explain pretty “abstract” pieces of art like IQueryable<T>. Apparently I managed to do so looking at the scores <g>. But why is...
With the advent of Orcas Beta 2 earlier this week, it's about time to ship an update to the LINQ-SQO project. You can download the 0.9.2 release right now from CodePlex at http://www.codeplex.com/LINQSQO . The goal of this project is to provide a custom implementation of the LINQ to Objects Standard...
Wanna know how the "Standard Query Operators" (a.k.a. LINQ-to-Objects) in LINQ work? Beginning of this month, I released the 0.9 release of the LINQ-SQO "fun project" on CodePlex at http://www.codeplex.com/LINQSQO . The project is intended as a useful reference tool when talking about the internals of...
Introduction Welcome to the first real part of our LINQ-to-LDAP series. So far, we've been discussing: Part 0: Introduction In this post, a few key concepts of LINQ concerning the way queries are compiled are discussed. More specifically, we'll talk about IEnumerable<T>, IQueryable<T> and...
Here we are again for some cool LINQ stuff. In the past I've been blogging on C# 3.0 language innovation quite a lot, including the core features that enable LINQ in its cute and nice form: Local Type Inference - what makes anonymous types more than "types without names" Object Initializers - a must...
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