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Is the PrimaryKey in Datatable indexed for fast queries?

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I wanted to know and be shown that the primarykey in the datatable class is indexed for fast queries.
I have alot of queries to do and dont wanna use a datatable unless it has some b-tree or hashtable or something behind the primarykey.  I mean if it just does a linear search then forget it and i will go use hashtable class
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I'd forget it and either pull queries from a database - uor use hashtables, the primary key is basically for referential integrity
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