Snip2Code is shutting down.
It has been quite a ride, since 2013 when we launched our first prototype: thanks to the effort of you guys we collected more than 3 million snippets!
We are very proud to help all our users to be more efficient in their jobs, and to be the central point to share programming knowledge for everyone.
Our basic service is free, so we always survived on our own resources to give you Snip2Code.
Unfortunately, we are no more in the financial position to sustain this effort, and therefore we are announcing here our permanent shut down,
which will take place on August 1st, 2020.
Please save your private snippets using our backup function in the settings, here.
IF YOU WANT TO SAVE SNIP2CODE, PLEASE CONSIDER DOING A DONATION!
This will allow us to pay for the servers and the infrastructure. If you want to donate, Contact Us!
by
1
7
3,394
1
Top 1% !
Famous
Tagged
Easy-to-find
Specified
Refined
OpenSource
Popularity: 4021st place

Published on:

.NETFramework4.0
Architecturex86_64
Extension.cs
LanguageCSharp
LicenseMIT_X11
OSWindows

LINQ: How to retrieve an IEnumerable collection with simple query

This is a simple query in Linq to retrieve the list of Users that have some specified condition (in this case Active == true).
Please note the == operator in the where clause (and in general all C# operators apply).
Linq is excellent in writing fast and effective in-memory query on lists, dictionaries, etc.
Copy Embed Code
<iframe id="embedFrame" style="width:600px; height:300px;"
src="https://www.snip2code.com/Embed/31295/LINQ--How-to-retrieve-an-IEnumerable-col?startLine=0"></iframe>
Click on the embed code to copy it into your clipboard Width Height
Leave empty to retrieve all the content Start End
ICollection<User> users = new List<User>(); users.Add(new User("Tom")); users.Add(new User("Mark")); IEnumerable<User> result = ( from user in users where user.Active == true select user);
If you want to be updated about similar snippets, Sign in and follow our Channels

blog comments powered by Disqus