I am retrieving data from a table and want have the value that I want as the selected value for a drop down. How do I loop through the drop down and make the value dtUserExist.Rows["gender"].ToString() match what is in the options of the dropdown and then make it the selected index?
The name of the dropdown is called "Gender". Please advise?
string data = dtUserExist.Rows["gender"].ToString();
data = data.ToLower();
for(int index = 0; index < this.Gender.Items.Count; index++)
string item = this.Gender.Items[index].ToString();
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