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LINQ Join() Operators

In LINQ, Join() operators are used to join the two or more lists/collections and get the matched data from the collection based on the specified conditions. The behavior and functionality of Join() operators are the same as SQL joins.

In LINQ, We have different types of joins available. These are:

  1. INNER JOIN
  2. LEFT OUTER JOIN
  3. CROSS JOIN
  4. GROUP JOIN
LINQ Join() Operators

By using these joins, we can get the elements from both of the collections based on the specified expression. The below table shows the more detailed information related to joins in LINQ.

Operator Description
Inner Join It returns the element from the collections which satisfy the specified expression.
Left Outer Join It returns all the elements from the left side collection and matching the elements with the right side collection.
Cross Join It returns the Cartesian product of elements in collections.
Group Join The join clause with an 'into' expression is called a group join.

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