In the previous chapter, I covered the deferred Standard Query Operators. These are easy to spot because they return either I Enumerable (Of T) or IOrderedEnumerable (Of T). But the deferred operators are only half the Standard Query Operator story. For the full story, I must also cover the nondeferred query operators. A nondeferred operator is easy to spot because it has a return data type other than I Enumerable (Of T) or IOrderedEnumerable (Of T). These non-deferred operators are categorized in this chapter by their purpose.
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