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What is Typed DataSet? How to Create Typed DataSet?

Posted By: priya     Posted Date: December 13, 2009    Points:2   Category :.NET Framework

What is Typed DataSet? How to Create Typed DataSet? How to use in our Asp.net application?


Author: Abhisek Panda             
Posted Date: December 13, 2009     Points: 5   

A typed DataSet is a class that derives from a DataSet. It inherits all the methods, events, and properties of a DataSet. But a typed DataSet provides strongly typed methods, events, and properties. To know more and create strongly typed DataSet refer to the following links,





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Posted Date: December 14, 2009     Points: 5   


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Author: abhay             
Posted Date: December 14, 2009     Points: 5   



Author: elizas             
Posted Date: May 03, 2010     Points: 5   

What : A loosely typed programming languages is typically one that does not require the data type of a variable to be explicitly stated.

Example : As in JavaScript we can declare var count = 1; which will automatically treat variable count as integer.

Advantage: The advantage of loosely typed is that we don't have to bother about the data type of the variable value and we have the benefit of changing the type of the variable at any instance of time.
Usage in C# : ASP.NET 3.5 gives a new keyword "var" which behaves similar to what "var" keyword seems to do in JavaScript. By using the var keyword we can implicitly convert to its originally data type.
var firstName = "Aditya"; convert the data type of variable "firstName" to string data type implicitly.

Refer: http://www.mindfiresolutions.com/Loosely-typed-C-917.php

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