LINQ to SQL Delete

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In LINQ to SQL, you can easily delete data from a database by removing the corresponding object which is associated with Table<TEntity> collection and then call SubmitChanges() method. LINQ to SQL will translate your changes into the appropriate SQL DELETE commands.

The following code deletes a customer whose first name is "Maria".

using (var db = new CustomerDataContext(@"Data Source=(localdb)\ProjectsV13;Initial Catalog=CustomerDB;"))
    var customer = db.Customers
        .Where(c => c.FirstName == "Maria")

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