Lesson 11 - LINQ operators pt. 3 and deferred execution in C# .NET

C# .NET Collections and LINQ LINQ operators pt. 3 and deferred execution in C# .NET

In the previous lesson, More on LINQ operators, we continued learning about LINQ operators. We'll finish up with this overview in today's tutorial. We'll also introduce you all to joining and finally explain how queries are executed, which is very important.

Other operators

We have yet mention two more operators that are available to us.

Concat

Concat(), as the name suggests


 

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