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I’m using an ADO.NET DataTable, and found that I could utilize the AsEnumerable() function to.Select() the first, second, or third row in a table. However, I can only retrieve the data from the first row.
I have logged the row numbers to verify their validity, and they are correct.
The code is:
var t1 = myTable.AsEnumerable()
.Select(r => r[0]).ToArray();

Where myTable is a DataTable.
I have also tested to see if the code was actually going through the whole table, but the code only contained the first row, and log statements were able to recognize that the first row was being processed.
I am sure this will be a simple fix, but for some reason I can’t seem to find the issue.

A:

This works:
var t1 = myTable.AsEnumerable()
.ToArray();

As you are using a DataTable and you don’t need to do anything with the columns, you can use the ToArray() method.
UPDATE:
Based on your comment and the sample you posted I can suggest you use this:
var t1 = new[] { myTable.Select((DataRow row) => row[“Column1”]) }
.ToArray();

(Change “Column1” for your actual column names)

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