Axarydax - 2 months ago 6x

C# Question

let's say that I have a table called

Items (ID int, Done int, Total int)

I can do it by two queries:

`int total = m.Items.Sum(p=>p.Total)`

int done = m.Items.Sum(p=>p.Done)

But I'd like to do it in one query, something like this:

`var x = from p in m.Items select new { Sum(p.Total), Sum(p.Done)};`

Surely there is a way to call aggregate functions from LINQ syntax...?

Answer

This will do the trick:

```
from p in m.Items
group p by 1 into g
select new
{
SumTotal = g.Sum(x => x.Total),
SumDone = g.Sum(x => x.Done)
};
```

Source (Stackoverflow)

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