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This is the forth of a series of articles exploring new features in C# 3. The first three have covered: To understand this part you should have read the previous three parts of the series, since we will be drawing on features described in all of them. Introducing Linq Linq is short for L anguage In tegrated Q uery. If you are used to using SQL to query databases, you are going to have something of a head start with Linq, since they have many ideas in common. Before we dig into Linq itself, let's step back and look at what makes SQL different from C#.