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https://docs.microsoft.com/.../programming-guide/concepts/linq/projection-operations

Projection refers to the operation of transforming an object into a new form that often consists only of those properties that will be subsequently used. By using projection, you can construct a new type that is built from each object. You can project a property and perform a mathematical function on it.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/common-data-model/1.0om/api-reference/cdm/projections/...

A list of operations that composes this projection. RunSequentially. bool. If true, runs the operations sequentially so each operation receives the result of the previous one. Otherwise, all operation will receive the same attribute set which comes from the source property. Source. string. The data type's name.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/search/knowledge-store-projection-overview

Projection slicing. When defining a projection group, a single node in the enrichment tree can be sliced into multiple related tables or objects. Adding a projection with a source path that is a child of an existing projection will result in the child node being sliced out of the parent node and projected into the new yet related table or object.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/connect-to-a-projector-or-pc-7e170c39-58dc...

Connect to a projector or PC. When you're in a conference room and need to project, connect your PC using one of the cable connectors in the room, press the Windows logo key + P, and then choose one of the four options: PC screen only. You'll see everything on your PC. (When you're connected to a wireless projector, this option changes to ...