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Source (The Code Project), posted 2010-05-24

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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-05-24

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A Visual Studio visualizer that displays a Linq Expression tree in WPF.
"When playing around with Linq Expressions it's important to get a good grasp of what's going on. Visualizing the tree is a key tool in that understanding. Visual Studio 2010 has a Debugview (shown on the left) that displays the expression in a metalanguage that's didn't quite work for me and hides the treelike stucture of the beast. The standard quickview in the debugger displays every property and subclass, this also distracted me from the essence. The included code enables the user to navigate the essence of Expression trees. It zooms in on those nodes in the tree that derive of System.Linq.Expressions.Expression. I believe it should be simple enough to change the implementation to display the trees in whatever way the user feels useful."
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