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Rx Workshop: Writing Queries

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Learn about the rich set of LINQ query operators available in Rx to query event streams.

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  • ChevalN2Cheval Why not null?

    I'm not sure I got this right as it seemed a little to easy...

    var lookup = textChanged
                                .Select(_ => txt.Text)
                                .DistinctUntilChanged()
                                .Throttle(TimeSpan.FromMilliseconds(200))
                                .Do(text => Console.WriteLine("TextChanged: {0}", text))
                                .Where(text => text.Length >= 3)
                                .Do(text => Console.WriteLine("Lookup: {0}", text));
    
    var results = lookup
                              .Select(text => getSuggestions(text))
                              .Switch();


  • Got 404 page response when I click Download the Challenge link. 

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