VB.NET and LINQ – Finding all the elements of an integer array less than 35

Published on November 12, 2016 by abundantcode

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Here’s a sample code snippet demonstrating how to find all the elements of an integer array that is less than 35 using LINQ in Visual Basic.NET.

The where keyword in VB.NET is used to filter the elements from a collection based on the specified criteria.

How to find all the elements of an integer array less than 35 using LINQ in VB.NET ?

Module ACConsoleApp
    Sub Main()
        Dim input As Integer() = {78, 5, 23, 67, 11, 23}
        ' LINQ Query to find all the numbers greater than 35
        Dim output = From m In input Where m > 35
        Debug.WriteLine("Numbers Greater than 35")
        For Each item As VariantType In output
            Debug.WriteLine(item)
        Next
    End Sub

End Module

The output of the program is

Numbers Greater than 35

78

67

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