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Accessing  <table> tag in code-behind file

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I have created a webpage using <table> tag. I want to iterate through the rows <tr> of this table from code-behind. How can I access this <table> tag from code-behind?
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I got the solution:

HtmlTable t;
foreach (Control ctl in this.FindControl("form1").Controls)
{
            if (ctl is HtmlTable)
            {
                t = (HtmlTable)ctl;
            }
}
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