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Computer Science | LINQ for Visual C# 2008

LINQ for Visual C# 2008

Ferracchiati, Fabio Claudio

2008, 200 p.

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  • Concise, yet comprehensive, coverage for LINQ with C# 2008
  • Rich in working examples of LINQ in action
  • Ideal for C# programmers at any level

Every C# programmer needs to learn about LINQ (Language–Integrated Query), Microsoft's breakthrough technology for simplifying and unifying data access from any data source. With LINQ, you can write more elegant and flexible code—not just to access databases and files, but to manipulate data structures and XML.

This book is a short, yet comprehensive guide to the major features of LINQ and the significant enhancements introduced with .NET 3.5. There is no better source for getting a head–start on the future of these technologies than this book.

  • A clear and comprehensive yet concise introduction to using LINQ in C#
  • Covers LINQ to Objects, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to DataSet, and LINQ to XML
  • Rich in working examples of LINQ in action
  • Ideal for C# programmers at any level

Content Level » Popular/general

Keywords » .NET - ADO - SQL - XML - data structure - database - technology

Related subjects » Computer Science

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