I'm reading a set of rows from a remote database, and a similar set from a local database, and then using RemoveAll to get rid of remote rows that are already present locally...
remote_events = (From a In remote.Events
local_events = (From a In local.Events
remote_events.RemoveAll(Function (ByVal event_row As Remote_Event)
(From a In local_events Where a.Identifier = event_row.Identifier).Count > 0)
but this doesn't seem right to me. I don't think I should be counting things when all I really need to do is check whether a match exists. I've tried various usages of IsDBNull and IsNothing but get nonsense. I can't use .Except (as suggested here) because the list elements are not the same type.
Is there a better way of doing this?
Thanks in advance for any recommendations or solutions.
Last updated:6/14/2013 1:40:35 AM