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vb.net How can I add rows to an existing html table in code behind..

Hi experts..

I have a template that I load that is comprised of a simple html table structure..

structure is similar to below..

<table id="MainForm">
   <tr>
      <th>
         Column1
      </th>
      <th>
         Column2
      </th>
      <th>
         Column3
      </th>
   </tr>
   .
   .
   .
</table>

In the dotted section I want to prgramatically insert <tr> and <td> elements..

Reason is that I am building an email template on the fly that will contain a variable number of rows retrieved from a database..

The table structure is fairly basic and static (column headings etc..), but the nbumber of rows returns will be varialble..

Can someone help in pointing me to the right way to achieve this please?

Thanks in advance..

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Hi all..
Thanx for the responses..
To be honest, all solutions presented would have worked, so I split the points equally..
I ended up using a solution that used placeholdes in a standard HTML form, then replacing these placeholders with valid HTML in code behind, that I built on the fly after pulling the data from the DB..(Just like PHP)
Once again, thanx for the solutions..All very helpful.

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