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Language Integrated Query (LINQ) Series
This how-to video series is focused on the new LINQ language features of Visual Basic 9.0 included in Visual Studio 2008. LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query, and it enables you to write queries over things like objects, databases, and XML in a standard way using new language syntax. Learn how to use this productive new language feature in your Visual Basic programs.

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Last edited Jan 17 2008 at 1:25 AM  by BethMassi, version 2
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Katris wrote  Mar 9 2008 at 10:34 AM  
this is very good ,thanks alot beth

RLR2 wrote  Jul 13 2008 at 8:39 PM  
In the first video (FirstLiNQQueries), when I enter the last LINQ statement you demonstrate ("Dim MyFiles = From file In filesInfo Select New MyFile With {.CreationTime = file.CreationTime, .Name = file.Name}", the "With" word does not come up as an Intellisense selection. Neither do the ".CreationTime" or ".Name" properties come up as Intellisense options. It looks like my MyFiles class is properly defined and the project runs fine when I execute it. Do you have any explanation for why the Intellisense is not working on those options when it works everywhere else?

deepdeveloper wrote  Jun 12 2009 at 11:03 AM  
hi,
this is very good ,thanks alot beth but i have very partial demonstration if you can demonstrate how to use LINQ for to play with and columns and how ia can take a value from a one table with filiter and see it in the other the value can be change from the row to row and how i can change the value from the oder table when i select each values from this table ??

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