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Where is System.Linq

Dear all,

I try to type using system.linq in Visual studio 2005. But
it complains that no namespace
of System.ling is found. Maybe I need to add reference to System.linq.
How can I add System.Linq Namespace in Visual Studio 2005 Csharp.
Thanks.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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You will need VS 2008 and .Net 3.5 for Linq.

"hon123456" wrote:
Dear all,

I try to type using system.linq in Visual studio 2005. But
it complains that no namespace
of System.ling is found. Maybe I need to add reference to System.linq.
How can I add System.Linq Namespace in Visual Studio 2005 Csharp.
Thanks.
Jun 27 '08 #2
Yes, its only in 3.x of the framework. If you upgrade to visual studio 2008
you will get this automatically.

"Family Tree Mike" <Fa************@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in
message news:EE**********************************@microsof t.com...
You will need VS 2008 and .Net 3.5 for Linq.

"hon123456" wrote:
>Dear all,

I try to type using system.linq in Visual studio 2005. But
it complains that no namespace
of System.ling is found. Maybe I need to add reference to System.linq.
How can I add System.Linq Namespace in Visual Studio 2005 Csharp.
Thanks.

Jun 27 '08 #3
I try to type using system.linq in Visual studio 2005. But
it complains that no namespace
of System.ling is found. Maybe I need to add reference to System.linq.
How can I add System.Linq Namespace in Visual Studio 2005 Csharp.
You can get System.Core.dll and System.Data.Linq.dll from Mono (
http://go-mono.com)
and add them to your project.

Andrus.
Jun 27 '08 #4
Andrus wrote:
> I try to type using system.linq in Visual studio 2005. But
it complains that no namespace
of System.ling is found. Maybe I need to add reference to System.linq.
How can I add System.Linq Namespace in Visual Studio 2005 Csharp.

You can get System.Core.dll and System.Data.Linq.dll from Mono (
http://go-mono.com)
and add them to your project.
My understanding was that Mono 1.9/2.0 only supported
LINQ for objects and XML not for database and that LINQ
for database is scheduled for Mono 2.2 around Christmas.

They have LINQ for database now ?

Arne
Jun 27 '08 #5

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