LINQPad's feature set is so diverse that it's difficult to describe. At its core, it's designed to allow rapid coding and testing of LINQ queries, but it does so much more...
Including executing any C# or VB expression, statement, or entire program. It's a great tool for testing small (or large) ad-hoc code snippets without needing to start up Visual Studio or create a "temporary" test project.
It's portable, requires no installation, and the standard edition is free. It's truly an indispensable tool for .NET development.
Check it out at: http://www.linqpad.net/
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