In Linq, partition operators are used to dividing the collection/list into two parts. There are various partition operators like Take(), TakeWhile(), Skip(), SkipWhile(). All have its unique use and we can use it in our demand basis.
In Linq, sorting operators are used when we have to change the sequence or order of the data. i.e. Ascending sort or Descending sort. There are many sorting operators like OrderBy(), OrderByDescending(), ThenBy(), ThenByDescending() etc.Each has its unique use.
Linq filtering operators are used to filter the collection or list. Filtering operator specifies the statement that should only take effect when the specified criteria meet. The where clause is optional and used to limit the number of data returned by the linq query.
The Linq projection operator is used to retrieve one or more from the tables. Its like select syntax of the standard SQL query. Select and Select many are two types of linq projection operators.
Today, we will learn about Linq aggregate functions. Linq provides various aggregate functions like Min(), Max(), Sum(), Count(), Average(), Aggregate().
In Linq, a function without a name is known as Lambda expression. It a more clear and makes the syntax small. As lambda expression is not must readable but internally its get converted to lambda only.