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I'm VB.NET user and now learning LINQ. The book I'm reading now focus on LINQ 2008 VB.NET. I want to know whether there are changes/improvement in LINQ 2010?

p/s: I'm reading this book: Pro LINQ Language Integrated Query in VB 2008

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It appears that most of the improvements between linq in .NET 3.5 and linq in .NET 4.0 have to do with improved capabilities in the System.Linq.Expressions namespace.

VB.NET 2010 adds support for multiline lambda statements.

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