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I have a request to go to a specific page of a repeater list in c#. Anyone have an example of how to do that? I have Next> Prev> Last etc standard pagaing. But never seen a way go to say you have 21 pages I want page 14? Next> Prev> <last> Goto[14]? Thanks

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Nothing yet just looking for an example not sure where to start. I have a pgm with standard repeater logic for paging. Any one got any snippets or full examples?
Updated 19-Apr-23 8:59am
[no name] 19-Apr-23 14:37pm    
It's just math: how many items on a page; how many pages away is item n. (n % page size). Or, item n = page size * page requested.

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The Repeater is not a paging control. All it does is render items with a specified format.

You have to supply the paging functionality yourself or bind the control to a source that supports paging.

Google for "C# repeater paging" for examples and discussions.
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