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Posted on 2006-11-27
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Can someone please help me convert this VB.NET to C#

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            Dim a As Integer
            With dsTree.Tables(0)
                For a = 0 To .Rows.Count - 1
                    If .Rows(a).Item("MNU_ParentNodeID") = 0 Then
                        Dim tn As New TreeNode(.Rows(a).Item("MNU_DisplayName"), .Rows(a).Item("MNU_ID").ToString, "", .Rows(a).Item("MNU_URL"), "")
                        RecursivelyAddToNode(tn, .Rows(a).Item("MNU_ID"))
                        TreeView1.Nodes.Add(tn)

                    End If
                Next
            End With





Private Sub RecursivelyAddToNode(ByVal mymenuitem As TreeNode, ByVal ParentID As Integer)

        Dim dv As New DataView(dsTree.Tables(0))
        dv.RowFilter = ("MNU_ParentNodeID=" & ParentID.ToString)
        Dim r As DataRowView
        For Each r In dv
            Dim tn As New TreeNode(r.Item("MNU_DisplayName"), r.Item("MNU_ID").ToString, "", r.Item("MNU_URL"), "")
            mymenuitem.ChildNodes.Add(tn)
            RecursivelyAddToNode(tn, r.Item("MNU_ID"))
        Next

    End Sub




Many thanks
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Question by:mousemat24
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by:ozymandias
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First bit is something like this :

foreach (dataRow row in dsTree.Tables[0].Rows){
    if ((int)row["MNU_ParentNodeID"] == 0){
        TreeNode node = new TreeNode(row["MNU_DisplayName"].ToString(), row["MNU_ID"].ToString(), row["MNU_URL"].ToString(), "");
        RecursivelyAddToNode(node, row[MNU_ID])
        TreeView1.Nodes.Add(node)

    }
}
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foreach (dataRow row in dsTree.Tables[0].Rows){
    if ((int)row["MNU_ParentNodeID"] == 0){
        TreeNode node = new TreeNode(row["MNU_DisplayName"].ToString(), row["MNU_ID"].ToString(), row["MNU_URL"].ToString(), "");
        RecursivelyAddToNode(node, (int)row[MNU_ID]);
        TreeView1.Nodes.Add(node);
    }
}



private void RecursivelyAddToNode(TreeNode mymenuitem, int ParentID)

        DataView dv  = new DataView(dsTree.Tables[0]);
        dv.RowFilter = ("MNU_ParentNodeID=" + ParentID.ToString());
        foreach (DataRowView r in dv){
            TreeNode tn = new TreeNode(r["MNU_DisplayName"].ToString(), r["MNU_ID"].ToString, "", r["MNU_URL"], "");
            mymenuitem.ChildNodes.Add(tn);
            RecursivelyAddToNode(tn, (int)r["MNU_ID"]);
        }
}
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by:mousemat24
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Thanks ozymandias !!!
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