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A lambda expression is a convenient way of defining an anonymous (unnamed) function that can be passed around as a variable or as a parameter to a method call. Many LINQ methods take a function (called a delegate) as a parameter. ... The => operator is called the "lambda operator".

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Question:How to convert list of lists to single list in c# using lambda expression?

Description:I have records coming from database where each item can have multiple TagIds(List<string>) assigned to it. I have combined the lists but currently it has become a list of lists as shown below, List<List<string>> listOfLists=databaseQueriedItems; but I need the items in one list like following one(i.e I want to flatten the hierarchy) List<string> singleListOfStrings;

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Posted by: Umer khan | Posted on: Aug 29, 2020


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