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vb.net - put dataset records into array

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Table has these columns and multipe rows. Name is PK.

Name , Price , number1 , number2 , number 3

What would the vb.net code look like if I wanted to put "unique" values of number1, number2 and number3 into an array where price=2? and then sort this array from smallest to largest. Important thing is to have unique values.

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I think that you should take a look at the transpose-method in the article (transposes means that you put rows into columns ...)

http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorials/aspnet/5c5d810e-20e6-4d6c-a0a3-5277ba8de7e7/transpose-a-datatable-in.aspx
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