Posted on 2011-02-27
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what is the replacement in asp.net 4.0 for Datalist control in asp.net 1.1? I want to display data five columns as in datalist. How can I do it with asp.net 4.0? please give a sample in c#.


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Carl Tawn earned 800 total points
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The DataList still exists in 4.0. You can find a sample of its usage here:


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