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Again, If you don't care about your items 1, 2, and 3 for a certain block of code, then a using block is just fine.

If I build a SqlConnection and SqlCommand, do I really care about your list of items? Nope. I'm going to concerned with just two things. Any exceptions thrown by the Command and the data returned. That's scoped to the inside of the using block. The method this block is in is either going to let the exception bubble up or it's going to return data. Nothing more.

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