Creating ListView and Adding items to it Using (asp) and (vb code behind)

Using listview
Is there a simple example how to add 3 rows each row has 2 fields using:-
1- asp net
2- and using code behind (vb)
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Robberbaron (robr)Commented:
listview is usually associated with a datasource.

are you trying to add 3 rows after binding to the datasource, or only the 3 defined rows ?
saljasAuthor Commented:
Three rows only, without any datasource
Robberbaron (robr)Commented:

Dim myListView As New ListView()
Dim item As New ListViewItem()

item.Text = "bar"

repeat for other 2 rows

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saljasAuthor Commented:
this is good
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