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    Re: ADO.NET 2.0: nullable column, but...

    One way to get more control of your data access routines is to just write them yourself using standard ADO .NET without dataadapters and ORM's. If you need help doing that, check out a trial version...
  2. Re: Need help in extracting table from html

    If I understand this correctly, you have extracted HTML from a site and you want to display it as HTML on your site, is that right? Legalities aside, have you tried just assigning textResult to the...
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    Re: Please help a newbie :)

    I assume you're asking if you should work with the latest version of .NET as a newcomer, is that right? If that's the question then the answer is "Yes". Depending on your work environment it may be...
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    Re: Please help a newbie :)

    Vandinz,

    I have a couple of minor suggestions as you move forward if you stick with your original code (I see I'm a little late with my response):
    1) I see you're using at least 3.0 of the .NET...
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    Re: C# training. Please suggest. URGENT...

    Sure. Shoot me an email at support AT asteio d-o-t com.

    Milan
    www.asteio.com
  6. Offering C# training online - Looking for insight

    As a former Microsoft Certified Trainer and longtime .NET consultant, I have decided to branch out and offer online training so that I can have the flexibility to write my own courseware and teach C#...
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    Re: C# training. Please suggest. URGENT...

    This is a difficult question to answer online since it really depends on your background and work ethic when it comes to learning new technologies. I used to teach in-person courses for Microsoft...
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