|1:||In this hour we saw how to use the DropDownList Web control to display a drop-down list populated with items from a database. We first saw this Web control, though, in Hour 11, where we discussed manually adding a number of list items to the DropDownList Web control. Contrast the steps required for displaying a hard-coded, static set of list items versus those for displaying a set of items from a database.|
|2:||The steps for binding database data to DropDownList, RadioButtonList, or CheckBoxList Web controls are the same. List these steps.|
|3:||Which of the three Web controls that we examined in this hour would you use to create an ASP.NET Web page that allowed the user to select an arbitrary number of customers from the Customers table? ...|
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