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By mswatcher
Submitted: Aug 21 2013 / 10:22

Some days ago I wrote a post on comparing LINQ expressions where I shared my discoveries and general discontent on how difficult it is do right. The reason I was looking into it was because I wanted to write a LINQ query caching mechanism. There are actually three main problems involved: Comparing two LINQ expressions; Caching a LINQ expression for some time; For cached instances, preventing them from executing when they are enumerated after the first time.
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