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GCOS7, coz that's all I have.
I am most impressed. 
3rd-Feb-2006 01:57 pm
Scott Nonnenberg, Program Manager, Visual C# Team, posted a link to the Linq Project on microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.csharp.
Having watched the video I'm bowled-over by the concept. Oddly though, it reminds me of accessing files in COBOL. No doubt I'll be hung drawn and quartered for even thinking that.
Still, Linq and DLinq make far more sense to me than SQL ever did. As Anders Hejlsberg says in the video, the statements are in a more natural order. I can even see how I'd use it in the app I writing at the moment.

Roll on .Net 3!
8th-Feb-2006 10:24 am (UTC)

8th-Feb-2006 07:44 pm (UTC)
All I can say is.... Sorry!
Please ignore the entry and carry on as you were :-)
8th-Feb-2006 07:47 pm (UTC)
please ignore my huH?s as they jump out of my fingers uncontrolled...

8th-Feb-2006 08:24 pm (UTC)
No! You're OK :-) I didn't really think about the content of that post when I wrote it. Looking back now, I can see that wouldn't make much sense to many people :-)
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