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LINQ Order BY

Posted on 2014-02-27
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In my query below, how do I do an order by on my Region Field?

            Dim Query = _
      (From Region In dataset1.Tables(0) _
      Select Region.Field(Of String)("Region")).Distinct().ToList

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You need an anonymous function:

Dim Query = _
            (From Region In dataset1.Tables(0) _
             Select Region.Field(Of String)("Region")).Distinct().OrderBy(Function (item) item).ToList

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Once again...
Kudos to kaufman!
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