Linq Anonymous Types

Linq Anonymous Types

In Linq we can use anonymous types as shown in below example. Compiler generates type name and it is available at runtime instead of design type.


var customer = new { FirstName=”Satalaj” , LastName = “More”, ProductCode = “Nine145” };

Console.WriteLine( “First Name = {0} : Last Name : {1}”, customer.FirstName, customer.LastName );


It is widely used in select clause.


var productsQuery = 
    from p in products
    select new { p.Rate, prod.Size, p.Description };

foreach (var o in productsQuery)
    Console.WriteLine("Rate={0}, Size={1}, Description= {2}", o.Rate, o.Size, o.Description);


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