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Retrieve a List of Objects using Apex
by Ankit Arora (forceguru)  (2012-10-07)

Also if you want to remove the system object from this list you can use this...

Running Case Assignment Rules From Apex
by Ankit Arora (forceguru)  (2012-01-23)

Helpful when you want to run Case assignment rules while inserting a Case record from Apex.

Calculating Age in Years from Date of Birth
by Ankit Arora (forceguru)  (2011-06-04)

You want to calculate someone's age in years using a formula field, given a date of birth.

Initialising Maps from Queries to Save Script Statements
by Ankit Arora (forceguru)  (2011-05-17)

 No we can not, only format available is Map<Id , SObject>.

Using sObject Constructors to Save Script Statements
by Ankit Arora (forceguru)  (2011-05-05)

You want to save script statements when initialising sObjects.

Initialising Maps from Queries to Save Script Statements
by Ankit Arora (forceguru)  (2011-05-05)

You need to create a list of identifiers of records from a query, but want to save on governor limits and not iterate over the list to retrieve the identifiers.

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Helpful when you want to run Case assignment rules while inserting a Case record from Apex.
You want to calculate someone's age in years using a formula field, given a date of birth.
You want to save script statements when initialising sObjects.
You need to create a list of identifiers of records from a query, but want to save on governor limits and not iterate over the list to retrieve the identifiers.