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Archive for the ‘LINQ’ Category

  1. Range variable: – A variable defined in your LINQ query that is subsequently used in the select and where parts.
  2. Strong typing: – A programming concept where the type of a variable is explicitly defined when the variable is declared.
  3. Type inference: – A technique where the compiler determines the type of a variable based on the data it gets assigned. This enables you to create strongly typed variables without explicitly defining the variable’s type first
  4. Lazy loading: – A technique where data is not loaded from the database until it is accessed at runtime.
  5. Anonymous types:-Types that are created on-the-fly without defining them explicitly.
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