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Class Country Public Property Name As String Public Property Area As Float Public Property Population As Integer End Class
Dim SmallCountries = Select Country _ From Country In Countries _ Where Country.Population < 1000000
Dim CountryInfo As XElement = _ <Countries> <%= Select <Country Name=(Country.Name) Density=(Country.Population/Country.Area)> </Country> _ From Country In Countries _ </Countries>
<Countries> <Country Name="Palau" Density="0.037117903930131008" /> <Country Name="Monaco" Density="16694.21052631579" /> <Country Name="Belize" Density="9.5512195121951216" /> </Countries>
Dim CountriesWithCapital = _ Select It _ From Country In Countries, City In Capitals _ Where Country.Name = City.Country
Thanks to the following Microsoft technical experts for their help with this issue: Joe Binder, Ryan Dawson, Kevin Frei, Matt Gibbs, Ken Henderson, Chris King, Ronald Laeremans, Martyn Lovell, Polita Paulus, Sebastian Poulose, Jose Reyes, Jay Roxe, Amanda Silver, Mike Stall, Kang Su Gatlin, Maura Van Der Linden, Manu Vasandani, and Jamie Wakeam.
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