Check out example codes for "c# lambda expression". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

int[] numbers = {1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8};
//Original expression
public static bool IsEven(int num)
  return num % 2 == 0;

bool hasEvenNumber = Array.Exists(numbers, 
//Lambda expression
bool hasEvenNumber = Array.Exists(numbers, 
                                  (int num) => num % 2 == 0 );

//Some code can be removed: 
// - The modulo operator (%) is only used with numbers*/
bool hasEvenNumber = Array.Exists(numbers, 
                                  (num) => num % 2 == 0 );

// - just one parameter, we don’t need the parentheses
bool hasEvenNumbers = Array.Exists(numbers, 
                                   num => num % 2 == 0 );

Code Example 2

//Lambdas are just short handed anonymous method or functions usally 
//for use in passing to other methods or functions to call such as a sort.
//The Lambda used here after the =s
Action ExampleContainerForDelagate = ()=>
	{/*Do something such as this example*/
    	Console.WriteLine("Hello world");
//has been shorted from this anonymous delegate or method.
Action ExampleContainerForDelagate = delegate () { Console.WriteLine("Hello world"); };
//And this full (named) method signature method passing
Action ExampleContainerForDelagate = ExampleMethod;
void ExampleMethod()
{ Console.WriteLine("Hello world"); }
//usage example
List<int> ExampleList = new List(){1,3,0};
ExampleList.Sort((x,y)=>{return x - y; });
//The Sort will sort based on the return values from the Lambda passed.
//a negative will be seen as a smaller than the next number
//a 0 will be seen as equal
//and a positive will be seen as bigger than the next number
//by switching x and y postion in the 'return x - y;' you will effectively 
//change the sort to descending order. This is there for useful for sorting 
//based on needs or where it is not obvious how to sort.

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