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Summary: Copy a datatable to a new datatable
Language: VB.NET
Author: Janus Hansen
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Culture: en-US
Bytes: 441
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Public Function CopyTable(ByVal DT As DataTable) As DataTable
      Dim DTn As DataTable
      Dim i As Integer 

      If DTn Is Nothing Then
        DTn = New DataTable
        DTn = DT.Clone
        DTn.TableName = DT.TableName
      End If
      For i = 0 To DT.Rows.Count - 1
      Next i
      Return DTn
    Catch ex As System.Exception
      Return Nothing
    End Try
  End Function

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