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How would you insert records into a SQL Server table via a loop using C# when comparing a field to an incremented variable?

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I am developing a C# Windows platform application using VS2005.
I am also using SQL Server 2005 tables as the back end database.

How would you code a loop so that the int variable intBranch, is incremented by 1 starting with the initial value of 001 through 999 and for each value, intBranch
is compared to the value of field Left([CPS Account Number],3) of table tblFlLNExp.

If Left([CPS Account Number],3) of table tblFlLNExp = intBranch
then

INSERT INTO tblFlLNMod SELECT tblFlLNExp.*   FROM
tblFlLNExp WHERE LEFT([CPS Account Number],3 = intBranch
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if tblFlLNExp is a table in the database then you have to make sql statement to retrive its data
and store it in a data table

example

dim dt as new datatable
dt=get the data from database()
then you have to loop through your datatable and compare it with your value
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