How to use lambda expressions in C# ?

Take advantage of lambda expressions in C# to add flexibility and power to the anonymous methods in your application.

Lambda expressions were first introduced in .NET 3.5, at the same time that Language Integrated Query (LINQ) was made available. Lambda expressions are like anonymous methods but with much more flexibility. When using a lambda expression, you don't need to specify the type of the input. Hence, a lambda expression provides a shorter and cleaner way of representing anonymous methods.

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