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C# code to create CSV file with SQL resultant output

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Hello Experts,

I want to know how to create CSV file from table data present in dataset/datatable via C# code.

Any URL's or sample demo code which help me in understanding will be helpfull.

Thank You !!
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Another way to do is bind this data to Grid & save that grid to CSV file. Sample code ref is

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7090628/datagrid-to-csv-file

Simple workout is like

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4959722/c-sharp-datatable-to-csv

This will give you clear idea.
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Thanks guys for sharing the info... It works...

Cheers
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