VB.net Program to Demonstrate the Linq Count() Function Using Linq Query Syntax

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VB.Net program to demonstrate the LINQ Count() function using LINQ query syntax

'VB.NET program to demonstrate the LINQ Count() 
'function using LINQ query syntax.

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Linq

Module Module1
    Public Class Employee
        Public id As Integer
        Public name As String
        Public age As Integer
        Public salary As Integer
    End Class

    Sub Main()
        Dim empList = New List(Of Employee) From
        {
            New Employee() With {.id = 101, .name = "Amit", .age = 21, .salary = 5000},
            New Employee() With {.id = 102, .name = "Arun", .age = 22, .salary = 7000},
            New Employee() With {.id = 103, .name = "Aman", .age = 23, .salary = 6000},
            New Employee() With {.id = 104, .name = "Amar", .age = 21, .salary = 6700},
            New Employee() With {.id = 105, .name = "Akki", .age = 22, .salary = 7500},
            New Employee() With {.id = 105, .name = "Anuj", .age = 23, .salary = 8700}
        }

        Dim countEmp = Aggregate emp In empList Into Count(emp.age > 21)

        Console.WriteLine("Count of Employees whose age is greater than 21 : {0}", countEmp)
    End Sub
End Module
Count of Employees whose age is greater than 21 : 4
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