When I use Linq queries the evaluated result is often static. But in the code the result query is used several times, causing to be evaluated every time I iterate it.
Is it possible to add a feature that allows me to show this as a e.g. a warning?
Example with lambda:
void Foo(IEnumerable<int> sources)
var positiveNumbers = sources.Where(x => x>0);
foreach(var ones in positiveNumbers.Where(x => x==1) )
foreach(var others in positiveNumbers.Where(x => x!=1) )
Here I guess I would be better off evaluating the positiveNumbers list only 1 time, e.g. by using
sources.Where(x => x>0).ToList();
and then iterating the list.
Does this sound like a reasonable feature?