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Visual C# | Advanced LINQ exercise | Create an anonymous type in LINQ to show star signs
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Add the files in the folder above into a new or existing project, and make the form frmStarSigns the default form. When you run your project, you should see this:
When you click on the button, you should see just a title for the listbox.
Write a LINQ expression to return an anonymous type for each star sign, containing the following two properties:
|SignName||This can use the existing class property - you don't need to rename it.|
|SignDate||This can use the class's existing SignDate property. You'll need to give this property a name when creating your anonymous type.|
Iterate over the items in this LINQ expression, so that clicking on the button shows the following:
When you click on the button, this is what you should see.
Aren't anonymous types the bees' knees?