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Bind Enum data to Dropdown List By Sorting

, 26 Dec 2010 CPOL
Can't you just call Enum.GetNames(), and then bind to the collection returned by that method?

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29 Dec 2010
sat_nar
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30 Dec 2010
XmenWK
here is what I do to iterate through enumpublic static ABC(Type enumType){ foreach (Enum e in Enum.GetValues(enumType)) { int tvalue = Convert.ToInt32(e); string tname = e.ToString(); }}

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