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    Linqpad - interactively query databases in a modern query language

    Spotted this and it looked useful Download LINQPad

    Tired of querying in antiquated SQL?

    Well, you don't have to! LINQPad lets you interactively query databases in a modern query language: LINQ. Kiss goodbye to SQL Management Studio!

    LINQPad supports everything in C# 4.0 and Framework 4.0:

    LINQ to Objects
    LINQ to SQL, Entity Framework and DevForce Models
    LINQ to XML
    Parallel LINQ

    And that's not all - there's also specific support for:

    OData / WCF Data Services - including StackOverflow, and Windows DataMarket
    SQL Azure, SQL Table Storage, Oracle, SQLite and MySQL
    Microsoft StreamInsight
    Microsoft Dynamics CRM
    Mindscape LightSpeed ORM
    DevExpress eXpress Persistent Objects
    (Even old-fashioned SQL!)

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    I've used this quite a while ago, and yes, it's good.

    I used LINQ for SQL on a project about a year ago, and I much prefer using LINQ to the dog's dinner implementation of SQL objects in .net.

    I think LINQ is no longer developed, but as it's already in .net, it can't be removed.
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