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IEnumerable<> - the "difference" between Count<>() and Count()

flickdotnet.de – After posting my last blog entry regarding LINQ, Jonas Högström pinged me on Skype. He asked me, why I had used Count<string>() instead of Count(). AsIEnumerable<> already was only carrying string objects, there was no need to do that. I agreed, but said that I fell into a trap with ...
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