moreLinq DistinctBy - Remove Duplicate Record From DataTable Based On Specific ColumnName

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Remove duplicate row from Database with moreLinq: Here in this article I am going to show you how to remove duplicate records from datatable depending upon specific Column-Name. I recommend you to check my previous article (CLICK) where have written how to remove the duplicate record from DataTable without use `For loop`, `Dataview`, `Array List` and delete duplicated over looping etc and delete. First, of all you need to download MoreLinq Library and import in your project. After Implement `morelinq` you can use a function called `DistinctBy` in which you can specify the property on which you want to find Distinct objects.

Duplicate free Datatable using more-linq ( morelinq )

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{   
  // Distinctby  column name ID 
   var valueDistinctByIdColumn = getDT().AsEnumerable().DistinctBy(row => new { Id = row["Id"] });
   DataTable dtDistinctByIdColumn = valueDistinctByIdColumn.CopyToDataTable();
} 
public DataTable getDT()
{
      DataTable dt = new DataTable();
      dt.Columns.Add("Id", typeof(string));
      dt.Columns.Add("Name", typeof(string));
      dt.Rows.Add("1", "sunny");
      dt.Rows.Add("2", "vicky");
      dt.Rows.Add("3", "prince");
      dt.Rows.Add("2", "john");
      dt.Rows.Add("5", "sunny");
      dt.Rows.Add("1", "sunny");
      return dt;
}
OutPut :

DistinctBy Column ID: Here  you can see in output there is only four record which actually we want. i.e. distinct value by ID column

Display all records:

If you want to do distinct by 2nd column ie(Name)

var valueDistinctByNameColumn = getDT().AsEnumerable().DistinctBy(row => new { Name = row["Name"] });

DataTable dtDistinctByNameColumn = valueDistinctByNameColumn.CopyToDataTable();

Conclusion: Here using moreLinq we can able to remove duplicate rows from our datatable  by providing column name which we want to distinct.

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