Web developers can create and call a method inline based on LINQ expression. For example they can create a function named TestClient() that examines a client an return true or false based on whether they want to include it in the results:

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private bool TestClient(Client client)


return client.LastName.StartsWith(“T”);



Web developers could use the TestClient method like this:


var matches = from client in clients

where TestClient(client)

select client;