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Old August 5th, 2010, 09:17 AM
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To whom it may concern

I am looking for a forum based on Beginning Visual C# by Karli Watson. Whenever I ask a question in another Beginning Visual C# forum, I am told to find one that has been started by Karli Watson - can you help me?

ISBN: 0-7645-4382-2

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Wow, very old C# version. The forum for this old C# (1.0) book is:

http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...764543822.html

And the book page is here:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...764543822.html
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Thanks so much for your assistance, it is extremely helpful1
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Hi Jim

I don't seem to get a response in the Forum links you provided earlier. I posed the question below. Is this a badly asked question or difficult to understand? Are you able to help me with this query? Thanks:

" To whom it may concern

I am relatively new to programming, esp in C#, but I am looking to build an app that can navigate through records in an SQL database.

My colleagues have setup some stored procedures to access data from the database. I then created some Table Adapters, within a Data Source, to access these stored procedures.

The code below allows me to search for a particular record within the table adapter (taEmployeeMaster) based on the EmpID.
this.taEmployeeMasterTableAdapter.Fill(this.dsEmpl oyeeContact.taEmployeeMaster, ModifySearch);
where ModifySearch is a string input via a text box control on the Windows Form.

Based on this code, I should be able to use the Binding Context to navigate through the dataset - using Position++ and Position--? Below is the code I thought would perform this action, please can you help me identify why the code does not work?
this.BindingContext[this.dsEmployeeContact.taEmployeeMaster, EmpID].Position++

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Christopher: I wish we could guarantee that every question here gets answered. But, the forums are strictly volunteer participation. Authors and other readers help because they want to. Especially with older books on older versions, it gets harder to have a critical mass of answerers to provide technical answers. Most of them move on to the newer versions.
The question seems fine to me, there just may not be anyone left with enough old C# interest to answer.
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