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C# For Each Loop

Posted on 2011-03-10
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I'm looking for a good example of a for each loop in C#/ASP.Net. I need to open a recordset from a database, then iterate over each record with the loop. I'm drawing a blank on something that should be simple.
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This is a sample using DataTable
DataTable tbl = new DataTable();
foreach (DataRow row in tbl.Rows)
{
foreach (DataColumn col in tbl.Columns)
{
object cellData = row[col];
}
}

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by:Carl Tawn
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If you're reading from a DataReader (which is the quickest method)  then you don't need a for/each loop, you loop calling Read() on the DataReader until it returns false.

Maybe this will be of use:

     www.myvirtualplayground.co.uk/blog/Fundamentals_Reading_From_a_Database_Part_1
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