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LINQ Fold and EqualAll functionality

In the LINQ 101 examples, the Fold and EqualAll syntax no longer seems
to be supported. Has the syntax been changed or is this functionality
no longer available?

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Sep 4 '08 #1
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Mike P <mi*******@gmail.comwrote:
In the LINQ 101 examples, the Fold and EqualAll syntax no longer seems
to be supported. Has the syntax been changed or is this functionality
no longer available?
See the responses to your question yesterday. In short: Aggregate and
SequenceEqual.

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