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Accessing binary(16) field in SQL query

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I'm trying to read in a field from a microsoft SQL database that in in the format binary(16) and then compare it to a string entered by the user. I found routines to convert between strings and a binary array, but am unable to access the field in VB NET 2008. When i display the field.tostring, it shows 'System.Byte[]'. How can I access the byte array in the field and compare it to what was entered by the user. Thanks.
Apr 13 '12 #1
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