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linq load data to label

Posted on 2014-07-22
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Yes I want to load about 10 rows of data. 3.5 frame c#

  DataContext db = new DataContext();

 var AptTrans = from value in
                               (from data in db.Types
                                orderby data.urityTypeID descending
                                select new
                                {
                                    TypeID = data.TypeID,
                                    TypeName = data.TypeName

                                })
                           group value by value.TypeID into c
                              select c.Distinct();

loadTypes = '<table>';
loadTypes += '<tr><td>' + TypeID + '</td><td>' + TypeName + '</td></tr>;
loadTypes = '</table>;


<asp:label runat=server id="loadTypes" />

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Hi sevensnake77;

The following code snippet should format the result of the query for the Label control

using System.Text;
                  
                             
StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();                                                    
                                                              
foreach (var grouping in AptTrans)                                   
{                                                             
    foreach (var element in grouping)                                
    {                                                         
        sb.Append(element.TypeID + "\t " + element.TypeName + "\n");
    }                                                         
}

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Now all you need to do is bind the sb, StringBuilder, to the Label control with sb.ToString().
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love it. Thanks
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Not a problem sevensnake77, glad I was able to help.
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