Common Reference > DbUtil Class > GetIntegers Method

DbUtil.GetIntegers Method

Get one or more Integer columns from a Selection, with optional missing value filler.

Example

 sp.Reset(240,160);
 sp.SetMargins(24,18,24,4);
 
 mytable = new DataTable(); // Get some real data here!;
 myselection = mytable.Select("year>2006 AND symb='BP'");
 DbUtil.GetIntegers(myselection,"SharePrice");
 
 sp.Heading = "BP";
 sp.HeadingStyle = HeadingStyles.Right;
 sp.DrawLineGraph(BP);

Overloads

Description

This example retrieves a single column of data as a simple array of integers, with any missing data (DBNull values) replaced with zero. You can also retrieve multiple columns in a single call which is ideal as a way of plotting several parallel series. Floating point data is rounded to the nearest integer.

See also ...

DbUtil.DbUtil Members


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