LINQ - Sample Queries

This project contains about 101 samples using LINQ.

 
 
 
 
 
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<html><head><title>Sample Queries (Visual Basic)</title></head><body><h1>Sample Queries (Visual Basic)</h1><div id="mainSection"><div id="mainBody"><div id="allHistory" class="saveHistory" onsave="saveAll()" onload="loadAll()"><font color="DarkGray"></font><p /></div><div class="introduction"><p><h3 class="procedureSubHeading">To get samples and instructions for installing them</h3><div class="subSection"><ul><li><p>Do one or more of the following:</p><ul><li><p>On the <span class="ui">Help</span> menu, click <span class="ui">Samples</span>.</p><p>The Readme displays information about samples.</p></li><li><p>Visit the Visual Studio 2008 Samples Web site. The most recent versions of samples are available there. </p></li><li><p>Locate samples on the computer on which Visual Studio is installed. By default, samples and a Readme file are installed in <span class="placeholder">drive</span>:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Samples\<span class="placeholder">lcid</span>. For Express editions of Visual Studio, all samples are located online.</p></li></ul></li></ul><p>For more information, see <mshelp:link keywords="e121a9c2-b35b-4b3f-8cba-30edd84c835f" tabindex="0" xmlns:mshelp="http://msdn.microsoft.com/mshelp">Locating Sample Files</mshelp:link>.</p></div></p><p><div class="alert"><table width="100%"     </table></div></p></div><h3 class="procedureSubHeading">To run this sample</h3><div class="subSection"><ul><li><p>Press F5.</p></li></ul></div><h1 class="heading"><span   style="cursor:default;"   tabindex="0">Demonstrates</span></h1><div id="demonstratesSection" class="section" name="collapseableSection" style=""><p>The Sample Queries project contains about 101 samples from each of these areas:</p><ul><li><p>LINQ to Objects</p></li><li><p>LINQ to SQL</p></li><li><p>LINQ to DataSet</p></li><li><p>LINQ to XML</p></li></ul><p>Run the project, and select the type of LINQ sample that you want to examine. Examine the options, and run each query that interests you. The output from the query and the source code is displayed on the interface of the application.</p></div></div><div id="footer"><div class="footerLine"></div><!--<include item="copyrightStatement"/>--><A NAME="feedback"></A><span id="fb" class="feedbackcss" /> 
             
                
               
                
                
               
               
               
              
                
               
              
               
               
               
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