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Casting type of enumerators

Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hello experts,

An easy question I should know.  What or how does this need to be casted with Option Strict on?

Console.WriteLine(myEnum.Current.Row.Item("BasicInfoID"))

I thought Enums where int16 varible types but I am having a hard time casting it.

Thanks,
-Tim

The commented lines ('***) are the solution I had to use because I can not cast.

Dim myEnum As IEnumerator = ds.Tables("utblBasicInfo").DefaultView.GetEnumerator()
'***Dim dv As DataRowView
'***Dim dr As DataRow
While myEnum.MoveNext
     Console.WriteLine(myEnum.Current.Row.Item("BasicInfoID"))
     'Console.WriteLine(CType(myEnum.Current.Row.item("BasicInfoID"), Int16))
     '***dr = CType(myEnum.Current, DataRowView).Row
     '***dr.Item("Status") = "Expired"
     '***Console.WriteLine(dr.Item("BasicInfoID"))
     '***Console.WriteLine(dr.Item("Status"))
End While
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Option strict on, disallows late binding

and the .current property returns an object so you have to cast like this

Console.WriteLine(CType(myEnum.Current, datarowview).Row.item("BasicInfoID"))



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And remember

Enumerators only allow reading the data in the collection. Enumerators cannot be used to modify the underlying collection
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