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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 03, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I have my table in ms sql server like this

Company_name     Country     

a_com                     Korea

b_com                     China 

c_com                     England

d_com                    Canada

e_com                   Korea

f_com                   England

g_com                 China

and I want to view my table in my gridview look like this

Korea      England         Canada   China

a_com      c_com           d_com      b_com

e_com      f_com                           g_com  

will you please provide my a code in vb.net or c# code behind. 

how can I do that? please help me I'll appreciate any help.. thank you in advance God Bless.


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