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How to Debug LINQ queries in C#

Debugging LINQ is not very intuitive, but it can be sanely done with some techniques.

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How to Debug LINQ queries in C#
8 minutes by Michael Shpilt

LINQ is one of my favorite features in C#. It just makes the code look nicer. Instead of tedious foreach loops, we got a neat functional syntax that’s easy to write and understand. Well, at least if we’re using the method syntax flavor of LINQ. LINQ is also hard to debug. We have no way of knowing what goes on inside that query. We can see the input, we can see the output, but that’s about it.

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