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Introduction to Language Integrated Query with Delphi Prism: Part 1

Let's Get Technical – Language Integrated Query, or LINQ (pronounced link), is a declarative programming language developed by Microsoft for the .NET framework. In a declarative programming language you specify what result you want to achieve without needing to specify how those results are produced. SQL SELECT statements are an example of declarative programming. With a given SQL statement you specify what data you want returned. It is up to the SQL engine to determine how that data is derived. Traditional Delphi, on the other hand, is categorized as imperative programming. When writing Delphi code, you ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? caryblog@jensendatasystems.com @ 2009-06-30 14:33

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