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Introduction to LINQ, Part 1: LINQ to Objects        
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Perhaps the most important new feature to the next version of Visual Studio, for now code-named 'Orcas,' is the release of LINQ, which stands for Language INtegrated Queries. LINQ is actually a set of operators, called standard query operators, that allow the querying of any .NET sequence. LINQ comes in three sub-sets:
* LINQ to ADO.NET, which includes the following:
o LINQ to Entities, for querying EDM entities
o LINQ to DataSet, for querying objects in the DataSet family
o LINQ to SQL, for querying relational databases
* LINQ to XML, for querying XML data

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