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The DataRowCollection is a major component of the DataTable. While the DataColumnCollection defines the schema of the table, the DataRowCollection contains the actual data for the table, where each DataRow in the DataRowCollection represents a single row.

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Using the Find and FindRows methods of the DataView, you can search for rows according to their sort key values. The case-sensitivity of search values in the Find and FindRows methods is determined by the CaseSensitive property of the underlying DataTable. Search values must match existing sort key values in their entirety in order to return a result.

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