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Do not use Expression.Type in PowerPack.Linq

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Expression.Typr went virtual in .NET 4.0, and calling it breaks PowerPack bin-compat (compiler issues non-virtual call when compiling against .NET 3.5)

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wrote May 17, 2010 at 5:08 PM

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raccase wrote Nov 4, 2016 at 11:41 AM

NET characterizes an interface IQueryable for underlying foundations of inquiries made up of select/where/join/bunch/sort and a couple of other SQL-like operations. C# and VB have a linguistic structure to compose questions, and desugar this language structure to expressions and expression trees. Motors, for example, LINQ-to-SQL then execute expression trees in different fascinating routes, for instance as SQL. There are numerous other fascinating and intense motors that actualize IQueryable support as well.
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