Like Regular LINQ, but Faster and Without Allocations: Is It Possible?

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  • LinqToImperative

    IQueryable Provider for in-memory data structures that compiles to imperative code.

    That's indeed a nice approach, though very complex to implement. Someone decided to try to implement it already, see the repo: Would be nice to see it finished.

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    The official repo for the design of the C# programming language

    For example, they are working on significantly improving LINQ performance for NET7

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  • NoAlloq

    LINQ for Span<T>, without memory allocations.

    I wrote Noalloq to do precisely that (back during our first lockdown in France, to keep my sanity).

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