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C # Linq Group By für mehrere Spalten

public class ConsolidatedChild
{
    public string School { get; set; }
    public string Friend { get; set; }
    public string FavoriteColor { get; set; }
    public List<Child> Children { get; set; }
}

public class Child
{
    public string School { get; set; }
    public string Name { get; set; }
    public string Address { get; set; }
    public string Friend { get; set; }
    public string Mother { get; set; }
    public string FavoriteColor { get; set; }
}

In Anbetracht der beiden oben genannten Klassen möchte ich LINQ verwenden, um eine Liste aus der Liste zu erstellen, die nach den Eigenschaften School, Friend und FavoriteColor gruppiert ist. Ist das mit LINQ möglich?

Bitte ignorieren Sie die Eigenschaften. Der Code wurde geschrieben, um Ihnen bei der Beantwortung der Frage zu helfen.

264
Kasy

Einfach:

var consolidatedChildren =
    from c in children
    group c by new
    {
        c.School,
        c.Friend,
        c.FavoriteColor,
    } into gcs
    select new ConsolidatedChild()
    {
        School = gcs.Key.School,
        Friend = gcs.Key.Friend,
        FavoriteColor = gcs.Key.FavoriteColor,
        Children = gcs.ToList(),
    };

var consolidatedChildren =
    children
        .GroupBy(c => new
        {
            c.School,
            c.Friend,
            c.FavoriteColor,
        })
        .Select(gcs => new ConsolidatedChild()
        {
            School = gcs.Key.School,
            Friend = gcs.Key.Friend,
            FavoriteColor = gcs.Key.FavoriteColor,
            Children = gcs.ToList(),
        });
420
Enigmativity

Eine Liste gegeben:

var list = new List<Child>()
                {
                    new Child()
                        {School = "School1", FavoriteColor = "blue", Friend = "Bob", Name = "John"},
                    new Child()
                        {School = "School2", FavoriteColor = "blue", Friend = "Bob", Name = "Pete"},
                    new Child()
                        {School = "School1", FavoriteColor = "blue", Friend = "Bob", Name = "Fred"},
                    new Child()
                        {School = "School2", FavoriteColor = "blue", Friend = "Fred", Name = "Bob"},
                };

Die Abfrage würde folgendermaßen aussehen:

var newList = list.GroupBy(x => new {x.School, x.Friend, x.FavoriteColor})
                    .Select(y => new ConsolidatedChild()
                                        {
                                            FavoriteColor = y.Key.FavoriteColor,
                                            Friend = y.Key.Friend,
                                            School = y.Key.School,
                                            Children = y.ToList()
                                        }
                    );

Testcode:

foreach(var item in newList)
{
    Console.WriteLine("School: {0} FavouriteColor: {1} Friend: {2}", item.School,item.FavoriteColor,item.Friend);
    foreach(var child in item.Children)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("\t Name: {0}", child.Name);
    }
}

Ergebnis:

School: School1 FavouriteColor: blue Friend: Bob
         Name: John
         Name: Fred
School: School2 FavouriteColor: blue Friend: Bob
         Name: Pete
School: School2 FavouriteColor: blue Friend: Fred
         Name: Bob
199
Jamiec