I was reading the post http://forums.asp.net/p/1097781/2101105.aspx#2101105 while trying to figure out exactly what Eval() was. As it turned out it was just a short form of ((DataRowView)Container.DataItem)["String"] that I had already been using. Once I learned that I firgured I would just use Eval() since it would be less typing but then I read that Eval() uses reflection so there would be a performance hit. Should I really be worried about the little bit of overhead that would be caused by using Eval() expecialy since I build my project before uploading to the server?
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