troubleshooting Question

What does the sign "=>" stands for

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I have a piece of code contains the sign '=>' in C#. I do not understand what it stands for?  Thanks.

InObj = IO.InObj.Single(p => p.inObjId == Convert.ToInt32(Session["InObjID"]));
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