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LINQ to SQL – Execute SQL Queries

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16 Oct 2011CPOL
LINQ to SQL – Execute SQL Queries
In “LINQ to SQL”, we can use ExecuteQuery method of DataContext object to Execute SQL queries as follows:

Reference: LINQ to SQL – Execute SQL Queries.

class Program  
    {  
        static void Main(string[] args)  
        {  
            // create the context  
            NorthWindDataContext context = new NorthWindDataContext();  
      
            IEnumerable<Category> catList = context.ExecuteQuery<Category>(  
                "Select c1.CategoryId, c1.CategoryName from Categories as c1");  
      
            foreach (var item in catList)  
            {  
            Console.WriteLine(item.CategoryName);  
            }  
        }  
    }  

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GeneralMy vote of 2 Pin
Rob Grainger2-Jun-14 0:15
MemberRob Grainger2-Jun-14 0:15 
Generalthanks, for the hard work. I was looking for this solution. Pin
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