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Tip: Can't use the "Between" Keyword in a LINQ Query

Learn how to translate between two date fields without it.


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You can't use the "Between" keyword in a LINQ query.

The sample snippet below shows how you translate between two date fields.

DateTime fromDate = DateTime.Now.AddMonths(-3); 
DateTime endDate = DateTime.Now; 
//linq query 
var result = from te in datatable.AsEnumerable() 
                        where (te.Field("Month") = fromDate) 
                        && (te.Field("Month")


 

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