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The DataReader and integers

Hello everyone, I am using the data reader to access the information within
a results set and then pass this information onto the constructor of my

Im using the following syntax to access the information:


This is fine, however it simple will not play ball if i need the value in
integer format, I have to declare a string variable manually, cast the data
to string, then into an integer and then send this to my constructor.

Is there a quick and easy method to cast it into an integer within my
constructor call?

Many thanks,
Feb 16 '06 #1
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The DataReader has many get methods..

A couple options:
int integerColumnVa lue = (int)dataReader["my_field"];

DataReader Get method:
int integerColumnVa lue = r.GetInt(i);

Feb 16 '06 #2
The DataReader has many get methods..

A couple options:
int integerColumnVa lue = (int)dataReader["my_field"];

DataReader Get method:
int integerColumnVa lue = dataReader.GetI nt(i);

Feb 16 '06 #3

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