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Datatable Where Clause or Condation With AND, OR Operation in Linq C#.Net | Datatable.select with Where Condition In C#

11/17/2017 - By Pranav Singh 0

In this article I will show you how you can apply where clause in datatable with and, or clause using c#.net and VB.net.Datatable Where Clause or Condation With AND, OR Operation in Linq C#.Net | Datatable.select with Where Condition In C#.

So for this article first we will create a new console application and in this application we will add the below function which will hold some data for performing operation.

  private static DataTable FillStudentData()
        {
            DataTable dtstudent = new DataTable();

            //Adding columns to table Emp
            DataColumn colEmpid = new DataColumn("RollNo", typeof(System.Int32));
            DataColumn colName = new DataColumn("Name", typeof(System.String));
            DataColumn colDept = new DataColumn("Address", typeof(System.String));

            //Adding columns to datatable
            dtstudent.Columns.AddRange(new DataColumn[] { colEmpid, colName, colDept });

            //Adding data
            dtstudent.Rows.Add(1, "John Smith Brown", "Address 1");
            dtstudent.Rows.Add(2, "Carry Brown", "Address 2");
            dtstudent.Rows.Add(3, "Candle Pencil", "Address 3");
            dtstudent.Rows.Add(4, "Graham Bell", "Address 4");
            dtstudent.Rows.Add(5, "Peter Kevin", "Address 5");

            return dtstudent;
        }

After this here is the code for where clause with and operation.

AND Operation:

C#.Net:
DataTable dtstudent = new DataTable();
            dtstudent = FillStudentData();
            DataRow[] filterData1 = dtstudent.Select("RollNo=5 and Name='Peter Kevin'");
            foreach (DataRow item in filterData1)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Roll No : " + item.Field<int>("RollNo") + ", Name : " + item.Field<string>("Name") + ", Address : " + item.Field<string>("Address"));
            }

            Console.ReadLine();

VB.Net:
Dim dtstudent As New DataTable()
dtstudent = FillStudentData()
Dim filterData1 As DataRow() = dtstudent.[Select]("RollNo=5 and Name='Peter Kevin'")
For Each item As DataRow In filterData1
       Console.WriteLine("Roll No : " + item.Field(Of Integer)("RollNo") + ", Name : " + item.Field(Of String)("Name") + ", Address : " + item.Field(Of String)("Address"))
Next

Console.ReadLine()

Now check the output


OR Operation:

C#.Net:
DataTable dtstudent = new DataTable();
            dtstudent = FillStudentData();
            DataRow[] filterData1 = dtstudent.Select("RollNo=3 or Name='Peter Kevin'");
            foreach (DataRow item in filterData1)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Roll No : " + item.Field<int>("RollNo") + ", Name : " + item.Field<string>("Name") + ", Address : " + item.Field<string>("Address"));
            }

            Console.ReadLine();

VB.Net:
Dim dtstudent As New DataTable()
dtstudent = FillStudentData()
Dim filterData1 As DataRow() = dtstudent.[Select]("RollNo=3 or Name='Peter Kevin'")
For Each item As DataRow In filterData1
       Console.WriteLine("Roll No : " + item.Field(Of Integer)("RollNo") + ", Name : " + item.Field(Of String)("Name") + ", Address : " + item.Field(Of String)("Address"))
Next

Console.ReadLine()

Now check the output.


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