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  1. #1
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    Oct 2005

    Creating new row in .NET Data table


    I like to know how to create a new row in the .NET datatable . I have a save button which user will click after entering data in the datagrid . once user click on the save button a new row will generate in the data table for the information user has entered in the datagrid . The databale will save the information into the database table . How do I generate new rows in the datatable . Please show me some code


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    Dec 2004
    // Create new DataTable and DataSource objects.
    DataTable myDataTable = new DataTable();
    // Declare DataRow variables.
    DataRow myRow;

    myRow = myDataTable.NewRow();
    myRow["id"] = 1;
    myRow["item"] = "item 001" ;

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