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Does LINQ work in VS2005 with 3.0 Extension?

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Hello All

I have installed VS2005 + 3.0 framework. I cannot find any reference to Linq.
Could anybody tell me please how do I use Linq in VS2005 with 3.0 framework?

Thanks in advance!
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LINQ is supported by C# 3.0, which is not included in .NET 3.0, but rather .NET 3.5.

You need the Orcas release of Visual Studio, which can be downloaded from MSDN at Microsoft.

So, no is the answer to your question.
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the points are split after I clicked by mistake on the Accept Multiple Solutions link.
Thank you
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Thank you!
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