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Convert DataTable to List

I have a working code but I would like to convert a block of code into a class a just call the classs. See code below.
DataTable results = dataAccess.Billing.GetDataTable(selectQuery);

                // Convert Table to List
                List<Service> serviceLines = new List<Service>();
                serviceLines = (from DataRow dr in results.Rows
                                select new Service()
                                {
                                    MemberNbr = dr["MEMBER_NBR"].ToString(),
                                    AffNbr = dr["AFF_NBR"].ToString(),
                                    AmtAllowP = Convert.ToDecimal(dr["AMTALLOW_P"]),
                                    AmtCharge = Convert.ToDecimal(dr["AMTCHARGE"])
                                }).ToList();

Can I remove this block of code and make a class or constant in another file so it is easy to maintain and just call it?
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GeneBe

8/22/2022 - Mon
Éric Moreau

of course you can move the code around. Not sure to fully get your question!
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I want to move this block of code somewhere else for easy maintenance and call it.
                                    MemberNbr = dr["MEMBER_NBR"].ToString(),
                                    AffNbr = dr["AFF_NBR"].ToString(),
                                    AmtAllowP = Convert.ToDecimal(dr["AMTALLOW_P"]),
                                    AmtCharge = Convert.ToDecimal(dr["AMTCHARGE"])
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That's what I thought but wasn't sure. I needed this advice.
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That's what I thought but wasn't sure. I needed this advice.
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I will try. thank you!