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A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

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13.3. Conclusion

In this chapter, we discussed data binding controls available in ASP.NET and how to use them in web forms applications. We have seen how to use the Repeater, DataList, and DataGrid controls. For each control we have discussed its usage, customization, and provided many examples of how to use its features. We have also seen how to data-bind other ASP.NET controls, such as DropDownListBox, and provided a list of controls that can be data-bound.

Then we learned about the data binding features of Windows forms controls. We briefly covered the basics of data binding and discussed two types of binding – simple, which allows us to bind a control to a single field, and complex, which supports data binding to a whole data structure. ...

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