ou can find it out by calling .GetType() on your IEnumerable<T> variable and inspecting the type in the debugger.
For different LINQ providers and even different LINQ methods, such types may or may not be different.
What matters to your code is that they all implement IEnumerable<T> which you should work with, or IQueryable<T> which also accepts expressions, meaning your predicates and projections will become syntax trees and may be manipulated by a LINQ provider at runtime, e.g. to be translated into SQL.
Actual classes, if this is what you're asking about, may even be compiler-generated, e.g. yield return expression is translated to such a class.
Either way, they are usually internal and you should never, ever depend on them.Sriramramesh1610-23884, if this helps please login to Mark As Answer. | Alert Moderator