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Default Doubts in ADO.NET Classes usage

I want to know when to use the various classes that are available in ADO.NET so that the performance will be improved.

when to use ExecuteReader,Prepare,ExecuteScalar,DataReader,Dat aAdapter,Dataset and other related class in ADO.NET

If any body is having an article describing this issue please tell me.
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