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Filtering and Managing Data in Collections using LINQ - 22

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Building on the work from the previous lesson with generic collections, in this lesson we start by talking about how Structured Query Language provides a means of working with sets (collections, groupings, etc.) of data. In a similar way, the LINQ syntax provides a simple way of working with groups of data in generic collections. We demonstrate projecting data into existing types as well as new anonymous types.

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