Aggregation Function in LINQ
In LINQ, aggregation functions are those functions which are used to calculate a single value from the collection of the values. Real life example of aggregation function is calculating the annual rainfall occurred in 2018 according to readings collected whole year. Another example, the sum function is used to find the sum of the values present in the given array or sequence.
Following is the list of the methods that are used to perform aggregation operations:
|Aggregate||It performs, a custom aggregation operation on the values of a collection.|
|Average||It calculates the average value of a collection of values.|
|Count||It counts the elements in a collection, optionally only those elements that satisfy a predicate function.|
|LongCount||It counts the elements in a large collection, optionally only those elements that satisfy a predicate function.|
|Max||It determines the maximum value in a collection.|
|Min||It determines the minimum value in a collection.|
|Sum||It calculates the sum of the values in a collection.|
The sum of the given sequence is: 591
Sequence is: 201 39 50 9 7 99 Minimum Value is: 7 Maximum Value is: 201
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