Building dynamic LINQ queries using Expression Trees and Func

Filtering an item from a list of items is easy but if the item to filter is not known at compile time then filtering a list will be little complicated.

How c# compiler looks at switch case statements

Every developer writes a switch case statement at least once in their life of programming but as he/she understands the switch is no longer maintainable they tend to look for patterns and do refactoring.

In this post, we’ll see what’s actually inside of a switch case statement.

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