Collections and LINQ in C# .NET
This course will introduce you to different collection types in the .NET framework and their usage in C# .NET. We'll also work with LINQ and databases.
In this tutorial, we'll introduce the List collection, and explain how to work with the first List type in the .NET framework. All done in C# .NET.Written by David Capka
In this tutorial, we'll introduce dictionaries and sets. We'll describe the Dictionary and HashSet classes and try them out on a few examples.Written by David Capka
In this tutorial, we'll describe the queue and stack collections, create some examples, and learn how to use the Queue and Stack classes in C# .NET.Written by David Capka
In this tutorial, we'll introduce the LINQ technology and the basics of data queries in C# .NET. We'll learn how it all works and make some simple queries.Written by David Capka
In this tutorial, we'll describe LINQ providers and learn how to declare anonymous types. We'll begin with a description of LINQ syntax and grouping.Written by David Capka
We'll describe more LINQ operators, which we use in queries in C# .NET. In this tutorial, we'll look at take, skip, distinct, union, intersect, and except.Written by David Capka
We'll describe some more LINQ operators which you can use in LINQ queries in C# .NET. These will be first, last, range, repeat, any, all, sum, min and max.Written by David Capka
In this tutorial, we'll finish up with operators. We'll go over Concat, SequenceEqual, and Join. We will also take a look at deferred execution.Written by David Capka
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A collection of C# .NET apps using collections with source codes from local members. Sources are not verified as in the courses and their quality may vary.