How to pass var as parameter

The sample below is one of the options to pass var to a method as parameter.



  publicstaticvoid GetData(IQueryable<Course> context)


      foreach (Course c in context)




        foreach (Video v in c.Videos)


          Console.WriteLine(”  “ + v.Video_Name);





    staticvoid Main(string[] args)


        using (var context = newModel1Container())


          var cs = from c in context.Courses select c;







GetData use IQueryableto receive the parameter.

Download the sample project from sample file name is ADODemo3a.rar. My MSN ID is


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