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Where can I find LINQ for Visual Basic 2003?

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Where can I find LINQ for Visual Basic 2003?  I know it's available in Visual Basic 2008, but I'd like to use it in a Visual Basic 2003 project.

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AFAIK, Linq is a new feature of .NET 3.x and 3.x is not supported in Visul Studio 2003. I believe you will need to upgrade to VS 2008 in order to use Linq.
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Linq is only supported on the .Net Framework 3.0 and above, not supported on earlier versions.
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I second kaufmed comments. You definitely need to upgrade to VS2008.
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Thanks!!!
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