Entity Framework Core uses Language Integrated Query (LINQ) to query data from the database. LINQ allows you to use C# (or your .NET language of choice) to write strongly typed queries based on your derived context and entity classes. A representation of the LINQ query is passed to the database provider, to be translated in database-specific query language (for example, SQL for a relational database). For more detailed information on how a query is processed, see How Query Works.
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