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LINQ help

LINQ help

LINQ help

(OP)
How do I write LINQ to query against a Dataset for the below query.

select [Column 0], [Column 9] from [TABLE_1]
where [Column 0] = 'NY'
group by [Column 0], [Column 9]

My table contains records like:
[Column 0], [Column 9]
NY aaa
NY aaa
NY bbb
WI ccc

The target is to get after running the query, but using LINQ:
[Column 0], [Column 9]
NY aaa
NY bbb


Thanks,

RE: LINQ help

If you're not aggregating the data, are you using group by just to get a distinct set of values?

you could try something like this:

CODE --> C#

static void Main(string[] args)
{
    var results = (from d in GetData()
                    where d.Column0 == "NY"
                    select new { d.Column0, d.Column9}).Distinct();

    foreach (var item in results)
    {
        Console.WriteLine(string.Format("{0} - {1} ", item.Column0, item.Column9));
    }
    Console.ReadLine();

}

public class TABLE_1
{
    public string Column0 { get; set; }
    public string Column9 { get; set; }
}

public static List<TABLE_1> GetData()
{
    List<TABLE_1> lst = new List<TABLE_1>();
    lst.Add(new TABLE_1() { Column0 = "NY", Column9 = "aaa" });
    lst.Add(new TABLE_1() { Column0 = "NY", Column9 = "aaa" });
    lst.Add(new TABLE_1() { Column0 = "NY", Column9 = "bbb" });
    lst.Add(new TABLE_1() { Column0 = "WI", Column9 = "ccc" });
    return lst;
} 

more on linq here: 101 Linq Samples

good luck!

-Mark


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