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BOOK: Beginning VB.NET 2nd Edition/Beginning VB.NET 2003
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Default Binding A Variable

I am using your example "Dataset Example" and the example covers everthing I need fo an application that I am working on. However there is one situation that has me baffled.

Thre is an integer field in my database that I need to convert to a double. For example:

1 = .073044445 which represents one week
2 = .092266667 which represents two weeks
3 = .011538490 which represents three weeks

I have an integer defined which I will make the nevessary conversions for display to the user but I cant find any indication in the Chapter 16 example of how to bind a variable.

Following the examples in the text I tried this code which did not work:

intPBT.DataBindings.Add("Integer", myDV, "PBT")

PBT is the name of the field in the database.

Did I miss or misunderstand something in the text?



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