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What Are the Main Differences Between a SafeDataReader and a SQLDataReader in VB.NET 2010

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What are the main differences between a SafeDataReader type and a SQLDataReader type in Visual Basic .NET 2010? (Could you please give an example to illustrate the differences between them?)
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SafeDataReader:
This is a DataReader that 'fixes' any null values before they are returned to business code.
further you can check http://www.koders.com/csharp/fid469DC9CFE87FD2B9999DDDBB738254A2A2A3E787.aspx?s=datatable

DataReader is Microsoft's Read-only forward-only way to go through data.

I hope this helps.

Asim
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