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 LINQ ConcatenationThe eleventh part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial describes concatenation using language-integrated query (LINQ). LINQ provides a single concatenation operator that combines all of the items from two sequences into a single collection.
 LINQ Set OperationsThe twelfth part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial considers the set operations that are provided by Language Integrated Query (LINQ). Four standard query operators are available that return distinct values from a sequence or combine data from two sets.
 LINQ ConversionThe thirteenth part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial describes some of the conversion operators provided by Language-Integrated Query (LINQ). These operators allow you to convert between sequence types or cast the elements of a sequence to another type.
 LINQ Sequence EqualityThe fourteenth part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial describes a single standard query operator provided by Language-Integrated Query (LINQ). The SequenceEqual method compares two enumerable sequences to determine if they are an exact match.
 LINQ Element OperatorsThe fifteenth part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial examines the element standard query operators. These operators allow single items to be extracted from collections based upon their position in the sequence or upon a provided predicate.
 LINQ Generation OperatorsThe sixteenth part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial considers the generation operators. Language-Integrated query provides three such standard query operators that generate new enumerable sequences based upon simple parameter values.
 LINQ QuantifiersThe seventeenth and final part of the LINQ to Objects tutorial looks at the quantifier operators. These methods allow the contents of an entire sequence to be tested, determining if a collection contains a given item or items that satisfy a condition.
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