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Parallel LINQ

  • Adam Freeman

Abstract

In this chapter, you have taken a brief tour of the parallel version of LINQ to Objects—PLINQ. PLINQ lets you use the power of parallel processing on your LINQ queries with one method call. Depending on your query and data, the performance benefits can be enormous. You can use PLINQ without any reference to the Task class, which underpins the performance improvements. PLINQ is really a simple and powerful addition to LINQ.

Keywords

Parallel Processing Parallel Version Parallel Execution Preserve Order Extension Method 
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© Adam Freeman 2010

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  • Adam Freeman

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