I am playing with LINQ to learn about it, but I can't figure out how to use Distinct when I do not have a simple list (a simple list of integers is pretty easy to do, this is not the question). What I if want to use Distinct on a list of an Object on one or more properties of the object?
Example: If an object is
Person, with Property
Id. How can I get all Person and use
Distinct on them with the property
Id of the object?
Person1: Id=1, Name="Test1" Person2: Id=1, Name="Test1" Person3: Id=2, Name="Test2"
How can I get just Person1 and Person3? Is that possible?
If it's not possible with LINQ, what would be the best way to have a list of
Person depending on some of its properties in .NET 3.5?