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ASP.net C# Good examples of Insert, Update etc SQL statements

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I have an ASP.net site in C#, which is new to me.
Could someone please direct me to a few good examples of interacting
with a SQL database using a connection string to Insert, Update etc the tables.

Thanks
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Please have a look at the following link
http://www.csharp-station.com/

In the menu at top there is a Tutorial menu there is an ado.net tutorial and under that there are 7 lessons, please refer them for your understanding
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thanks very much
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