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Anonymous Types in Select Clause


Imports System.IO
Imports System.Reflection
Imports System.Linq
Imports System.Xml.Linq

Public Class MainClass
   Public Shared Sub Main

        Dim words = New String() {"this", "test", "is"}

        Dim upperLowerWords = From word In words _
                              Select Upper = word.ToUpper(), Lower = word.ToLower()

        For Each ul In upperLowerWords
            Console.WriteLine("Uppercase: " & ul.Upper & ", Lowercase: " & ul.Lower)
   End Sub

End Class


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