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5.1. Common scenarios

We’re pretty sure that you’re eager to start using LINQ for real development now that you have some knowledge about it and have practiced with several examples. When you write LINQ code on your own, you’ll likely encounter some problems that weren’t covered in the usual examples. The short code samples used in the official documentation, on the Internet, or even in the previous chapters of this book focus on small tasks. They help you to get a grip on the technology but do not address everyday LINQ programming and the potential difficulties that come with it.


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