sponsored by Global Knowledge
Posted:  10 Dec 2008
Published:  10 Dec 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

LINQ is an acronym which stands for Language Integrated Query. This new technology comes built into the .NET Framework 3.5 and can be used with any of the different languages that run under .NET. This means that, when using the features provided by LINQ, the developer now has the capability to query different types of data structures with a SQL-like query language that is native to the source code. Using LINQ, the developer can write a compact query expression that can be applied to all in-memory information.

When you program with XML, your primary focus is usually on XML elements and perhaps on attributes. In LINQ to XML, you can work directly with XML elements and attributes. For example, you can create XML elements without using a document object at all. This simplifies programming when you have to work with fragments of XML trees.




Author

Marcellus Duffy
Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, and Microsoft Certified Product Specialist
Marcellus Duffy is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, and a Microsoft Certified Product Specialist with fourteen years of experience as a technology consultant and six years of experience as a trainer. He has done technical reviews on material for Wiley and Microsoft, and authored a number of SharePoint and .Net courses. Marcellus graduated from Saint Louis University Summa Cum Laude as a member of the Golden Key Honor Society, Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society, and Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society with a BS in computer science.



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