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Tip: Use the Let Keyword to Create Variables in a LINQ Query

See how to use the Let keyword if you need to have variables inside a LINQ query to hold an evaluation result.


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There are cases in which you will find the need to have variables inside a LINQ query to hold an evaluation result. The Let keyword helps in this case. See below for an example:

var oldTeens = from kidAge in kidsAges
               let age = kidAge  14
               where age
               select kidAge;

var result = oldTeens.ToList();

 

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