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How do we reference a dataset from code in vb 2005 .net?

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How do we reference a dataset from code in vb 2005 .net
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Sorry first time user. How do we receive an answer to our question?
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However a guess (I use C# instead of VB) would be something like:

DataSet ds = //code to load dataset here
myrepeater.DataSource= ds.Tables[0];

So that is how it would be done in C# - VB should be similar
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Thanks for this input. Where would i find the VB.Net topic area?
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