Pass dataset row to function

Hello,

I have a dataset row with some columns which need to be calulated each time the row is read.  As this will happen at a number of points in my project I am looking for a way of being able to create a function which I can call in any form to carry out the calculation rather than having to duplicate the code in each form.  Basically I would like to be able pass the datarow to the function, carry out the calculations and then return the datarow with the new  values.

Thanks.
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Lokesh B RDeveloperCommented:
Hi,

Check this sample

Dim dt As New DataTable()
dt.Columns.Add("name")
dt.Columns.Add("mno")
dt.Columns.Add("FullName")

dt.Rows.Add("Scott", "1")
dt.Rows.Add("Tom", "2")
dt.Rows.Add("Amy", "3")
dt.Rows.Add("John", "4")


For k As Integer = 0 To dt.Rows.Count - 1
	Calculate(dt.Rows(k))
Next

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Static Method to calculate

Public Shared Function Calculate(row As DataRow) As DataRow
	Dim temp As DataRow = row
	temp("FullName") = Convert.ToString(row("Name")) + Convert.ToString(row("mno"))
	Return temp
End Function

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Petermcg001Author Commented:
Thanks, that's great.
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