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Default Pivot data: Linq to Objects

Hi all,

Just trying to get a handle on how to pivot linq data (i'm thinking GroupBy) but was wondering if anyone had any practical examples/experience in doing this. I've made quite an exghaustive (tho' obviously, not quite exhaustive enogh!!) search on google and haven't really found the definitive example.

Would welcome any pointers at all. Here's what i did find so far:



The end game will be that this stuff (where appropriate) will be included in the site generator templates business classes (purely as examples of how to extend the exisiting lists).

Hope this rings a 'not so distant' bell out there...




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