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How can I simulate a co-related sub query using c# code

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How can I simulate a co-related sub query in c#? Can I rollback a delete statement in sql server? How can I exit a transaction in sql server?
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How can I simulate a co-related subquery in c#?
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Please provide more details on what you mean by co-related subquery.

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I have a co-related sub query in sql server right?
How can I write similar code in c# withiut using LINQ?
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How do I mimic a co-related sub query in c#?
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