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Best way to write Linq Query with inner select

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I have a tsql query that I want to write as a linq query. what is the best way to handle the inner select.

SELECT        *
FROM           tblOffers where RequestID = 1004 and OfferID = (Select max(OfferID) from tblOffers where RequestID =1004)

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Easwaran Paramasivam earned 350 total points
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You should from linq query like given below.

var result  =from t in from 
                    ddr in tblOffers 
                    group ddr by ddr.OfferID into g
                    select new { MaxOfferID = g.Max(x => x.OfferID ), g.RequestID}
                    join ddr in tblOffers on t.OfferID  equals ddr.MaxOfferID 
                    where t.RequestID  == 1004 
                    select new { t.RequestID , t.OfferID  };

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