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.Net equivalent of COM ADODB.Recordset.GetString()

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Does anyone know how this can be acheived in .Net other than looping through rows?

I need to concatenate all the results of a single column query into a single string, hence my interest in a .Net equivalent of the old COM ADODB.Recordset.GetString().
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