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  1. How i can filter List the data with Dictionary condition using linq. class Person { public string name { get; set; } public string subject { get; set; } public string type { get; set; } public int age { get; set; } } class Test { public void FindData() { // Create dictionary and add five keys and values. var conditionDictionary = new Dictionary<string, string>(); conditionDictionary.Add("subject", "english"); conditionDictionary.Add("type", "teacher"); List<Person> persons = new List<Person>(); persons.Add(new Person { name =
  2. Hello,I am working on my final project for school and I have to post certain form tasks to the database. I am not all that sharp on every aspect of data connections yet and am struggling. I am using the connection that visual studio creates when you drag and drop the table on the form. It is all working great when I do things by my book, but my teacher asked us to insert something into the data base and I cannot figure out that part. I was looking at an article online about saving something to the database, but it was creating a new object of the class for a specific table and they did not hav
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