Explain what is select clause and where clause in LINQ?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Select clause and Where clause in LINQ

  • Select clause: the select clause selects the interesting aspects of the element by performing a projection on the collection. First, the user supplies an arbitrary function in the name of lambda expression which projects the data members. Then, this function is passed as a delegate.
  • Where clause: The Where clause is used to add some additional filters to the query. It allows the definition of a set of predicate rules that are evaluated for each object. The objects that do not match the rules are altered away. Then, the predicate is supplied as a delegate to the operator.

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