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Looping through a dataview object

Posted on 2006-10-23
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I am trying to loop through a dataview and find the information inside of the actual cell. The only information I can currently grab, is the name of the column.  Some help that is...  If I could just do something like Response.Write(dvTopMenu.Rows[i].Columns[3].Text)  then I could make this work.  

Here is pseudocode of what I am trying to accomplish:
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for (int i = 0; i < dvTopMenu.Count; i++)
{
    // Pseudocode here
    if(dvTopMenu's column [3] = strPagePath.LastIndexOf("/") + 1))
    {
        dlTopMenu.SelectedIndex = i;
        break;
    }
}
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Thank you for your help,

Stank
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foreach(DataRow dr in YourDataView) {
   Console.WriteLine(dr["columnname"]);
}
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by:stankstank
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Thanks gregory, that worked perfectly. :)

-Stank
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