Difference Between IEnumerable And IQueryable In LINQ?

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Staff asked 3 weeks ago

can anyone explain with the help of an example?

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Staff answered 3 weeks ago

The main difference between IEnumerable and IQueryable is IEnumerable executes a select query on the server-side, loads data in memory on the client side, and then filters data when querying data from a database

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When querying data from a database, IQueryable executes the select query with all filters on the server-side.

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