NET database applications using datasets, a three-layer architecture, the Language Integrated Query (LINQ) feature, or the Entity framework.
What does LINQ stand for?
LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query (Microsoft)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of LINQ
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- Living in the New Normal (military ministry)
- Legacy Infrastructure Network for Natural Environments
- Learning Institute for Nonprofit Organizations
- Libertarian in Name Only
- Lien Internet du Nord-Ouest (French: Internet Link Northwest; now Télébec Internet; Canada)
- Low-Level Interfaced Overlanguage for Extremely Universal Machine-Coding (programming language)
- Lung Information Needs Questionnaire (Peninsula Medical School; Plymouth, England, UK)
- Laser Inertial Navigation System
- Lego Imagination News Station (online forum)
- Linguistik-Server Essen (University Essen, Germany)
- Leichter Innovativer Nahverkehrs Triebzug (German train)
- Lincoln Interagency Narcotics Team (est. 1991; Oregon)
- London Invitational No-Tap (bowling tournament; Canada)
- Levers International Advertising Services
- Linköpings Teknologers Studentkår (Linköping Technology Student Union)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NET technology introduces Language Integrated Query (LINQ) programming as a language geared toward the vision of sharing data regardless of the source.
The 2008 edition adds a chapter on the language integrated query (LINQ) model.