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passing a tableadapter to a function

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I want to break my code into another function, as it is used by 3 functions...

            Dim IAdapter As New IDataSetTableAdapters.MemberTableAdapter
            Dim member As IDataSet.MemberDataTable
            member = IAdapter.GetDataByUserName(username)

' each function has a different "GetDataBy" above.... it might be by userName, UID, or email....
'But the below code stays the same in all of them....
' So How do I pass "member" to a function and then within the function retrieve it and use it as per below?

            Dim userID As Decimal = 0
            Dim password As String = ""

            If member.Rows.Count > 0 Then

                If Not member(0).userid = Nothing Then _
                    userID = member(0).userid
                If Not member(0).IspasswordNull Then _
                    password = member(0).password

thanks.
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not quite sure if this is what you're looking for, but here goes:
public function MemberFunction (byval mbrdt as IDataSet.MemberDataTable) as string
 
            Dim userID As Decimal = 0
            Dim password As String = ""
try
            If mbrdt.Rows.Count > 0 Then
 
                If Not mbrdt(0).userid = Nothing Then _
                    userID = mbrdt(0).userid
                If Not mbrdt(0).IspasswordNull Then _
                    password = mbrdt(0).password
           ....
           return "" 'return nothing if no error
catch ex as exception
return ex.message.tostring 'if error return the error
end try
 
end function

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by:Starr Duskk
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Perfect. thanks!
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