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Delete Row from DataTable (C#)

Posted on 2006-07-08
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Hi,
 I need a help tp write a funtion that gets a parametrs number of Row as R and DataTable as dt
The Function return a new table without the Row number R.

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by:MuhammadAdil
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Hello Dear

Pass RowIndex and DataTable it return DataTable without That row

public DataTable DelRow(int RowIndex, DataTable dt)
        {
            dt.Rows[RowIndex].Delete();
            return dt;
        }
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DataTable Delete(DataTable table,int index )
{
            table.Rows[index ].Delete();
            return table;
}
DataTable  table=Delete(DataTable1 ,2);
or  u can use this

this peter >>>>
void Delete(ref DataTable table,int index )
{
            table.Rows[index ].Delete();
}
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Delete(ref DataTable1 ,2);

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