troubleshooting Question

linq .concat equivalent with expression syntax

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PawełFlag for Switzerland asked on
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So i'm trying to familiarize myself with the expression syntax of linq, you know the upside down SQL stuff; it's a bit of a change from the method based which i'm used to, but not too bad; however i can't for the life of me figure out the equivalent of the following

class Program
    static void Main(string[] args)
        var nums = Enumerable.Range(0, 10);
        var chars = "Hello world".ToCharArray();
        var names = new string[] {"Pawel", "Magda", "Tomek" };

        var result = nums.Select(n => n.ToString()).Concat(names).Concat(chars.Select(c => c.ToString()));

        Array.ForEach(result.ToArray(), s => Console.Write(s + ", "));

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in the expression syntax.
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