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You can use contains () or any () extension method according to requirement, you can also use .StartsWith() or .EndsWith() please check following examples for same ,

//You can try Where clause with .contains() extension 
var query = from designation in SampleDbContext.Designation
             where designation.Title.Contains("/Engineer/")
             select designation;

 

//You can try contains() extension method  var queryWithDistinction = SampleDbContext.Designation.Where(D => D.Title.Contains("/Engineer/")).ToList();

                            

   

//you can try .any() with contains() or .equals() when multiple columns values  var QueryUsingMany = SampleDbContext.Designation.Any(D => D.Title.Contains("Engineer") || D.Title.Contains("Consultant"));

       

//you can also use .StartsWith() 
//check following example
var queryStartsWith =SampleDbContext.Designation.Where(D => D.Title.StartsWith("Software")).ToList();

 

//check following example with .EndsWith(). var queryEndsWith = SampleDbContext.Designation.Where(D => D.Title.EndsWith("Engineer")).ToList();

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