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Posted 19 Jun 2009

Full Outer Join of Two DataTables C# Code

, 19 Jun 2009
This article explains how to join two data tables and get the result set into a new data table using C#. Here, this has been done without using Database Access.


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Dakshitha works as a Software Engineer for the Nqual Lanka and joined Nqual in February 2008. Currently he is involved in the developments & enhancements of Web Portals. He has over 4 years of experience working as a Software Engineer for various technologies including C#, Delphi,, SQL, XML, CSS, etc. He also have the domain knowledge in the areas of Supply Chain Management, Customer Relationship Management and Human Capital Management. Dakshitha holds a Masters in Information Management from Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology and also a professional member of British Computer Society.

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