Linq query with "where" statement

Hello,

i'm using the following linq query:

var query = from tbl1 in dt.AsEnumerable()
     select new { ID = tbl1["1"], Name = tbl1["3"]}   ;

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This works fine. How could i use the SQL "where" Statement like this?

var query = from tbl1 in dt_Sachkonto.AsEnumerable()
           select new { ID = tbl1["1"], Name = tbl1["3"]  where tbl1["1"].ToString() == "400"}   ;

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This should select all records with ID = 400. But it doesn't work.

Thank you very much
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Try it like this.

var query = from tbl1 in dt_Sachkonto.AsEnumerable()
            where tbl1["1"].ToString() == "400" 
            select new 
            { 
              ID = tbl1["1"], 
              Name = tbl1["3"]
            };

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bounty457Author Commented:
Nice, thank you very much, it works.

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bounty457Author Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi Bounty;

I suspect that the solution I posted work for you but you have closed this question by assigning zero points to yourself but did not assign any points to the solution that you stated works. Can you please close the question by assigning the correct solution the points.

Thank you.
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bounty457Author Commented:
Really good work. :-)
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Thank you. 👍
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