Some kind of loop?

Posted on 2008-11-19
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Last Modified: 2013-12-17
What I want to do - is to take X amount of values and for each, perform a loop and execute a SPROC in my data-layer - I am sure this is easy and have everything I need except how to grab each value and loop the execute...
Question by:tbaseflug
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Expert Comment

ID: 22998902
Sounds like a basic For loop to me.

Author Comment

ID: 22998922
Can you give me an example?  Say I have three string values I am setting and I need to execute a code block for each?
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Expert Comment

ID: 22999525
Depending on the type or data you want to loop through. If it's a collection then it should be something like:

for each Item in CollectionVariable
         'do stuff here..

Hope this helps...
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Onthrax earned 2000 total points
ID: 22999539
That was VB.

A C# example:

            foreach (string sForm in Request.Form.Keys)
                'do code here


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