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Posted on 2010-08-21
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what is the meaning of these two lines:
DataTable x = new DataTable();
x.Columns.Add("Code", typeof(int));

I mean conceptually what are they doing (especially in a windows applications). I would like special description of pupose of second line.
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by:Jini Jose
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DataTable x = new DataTable(); =  you are creating a table. it is not a database table.

x.Columns.Add("Code", typeof(int)); =  you are adding a column of type int to the table x.


below the code is for adding some values to it

DataRow dr=x.NewRow();
dr["Code"]="1"
dt.Rows.Add(dt)



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by:vivekj2004
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if there is no second parameter there e.g.,:
 
       x.Columns.Add("val");
 does this mean that the column type will be string?
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yes, by deafult the column type should be string.
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