USE AGGREGATION OPERATOR MAX IN LINQ.

Norman Reedus

Total Post:45

Points:315
Posted by  Norman Reedus
LINQ 
 539  View(s)
Ratings:
Rate this:
We want to use  Aggregation Operator  Max in Linq. How to use this please help me.
  1. aditya kumar Patel

    Post:254

    Points:1810
    Re: Use Aggregation Operator Max in Linq.

    The Max operator returns the largest numeric element from a collection.

    using System;

    using System.Collections.Generic;

    using System.Linq;

    using System.Text;

    namespace Prototype

    {

    class Example

    {

    static void Main()

    {

    IList<employee> List = new List<employee>() {

    new employee() { id = 1, empname = "manoj", age = 18 } ,

    new employee() { id = 2, empname = "stephan", age = 15 } ,

    new employee() { id = 3, empname = "sivil", age = 25 } ,

    new employee() { id = 4, empname = "mohan" , age = 20 } ,

    new employee() { id = 5, empname = "johan" , age = 19 },

    new employee() { id = 6, empname = "Ram" , age = 18 }

    };

    var maxAge = List.Max(s => s.age);

    Console.WriteLine("Maximum Age of Employee: {0}", maxAge);

    Console.ReadLine();

    }

    }

    class employee

    {

    public int id { get; set; }

    public string empname { get; set; }

    public int age { get; set; }

    }

    }

Answer

NEWSLETTER

Enter your email address here always to be updated. We promise not to spam!