GridView

->  The Gridview Is Very Power full Server Control to Display Data From Data Source.

-> DataGrid is Very easy to use and Flexible Control.

-> You Can Use Inbulit format which Provide by GridView Or you Can Also dispaly Gridview as You Likes.

-> You Can Perform Any Action With Gridview Data (edit,Delete,Add ,ect ...)

-> You Can Use Itemtemplet To dispaly Data In formated Manner.Or Used Any Control in Gridview.

-> Gridview is easy to used and Provide many Facility Like PageIndexchannging Which Difficult in DataList but Gridview make it's easy.

-> You Can make Any Good Formating in Header and Footer Or also Can Add Custom 2-3 Header By making code in ItemCreated Events.

-> Simple Exmaple to Bind a Gridview

    con.Open();
        DataSet data = new DataSet();
        SqlDataAdapter sda = new SqlDataAdapter("select * from tbale_name", con);
        sda.Fill(data);
        dl_saved_can.DataSource = data;
        dl_saved_can.DataBind();
        con.Close();
 
PageIndexChanging Event
 
 
        grd_forward_you.PageIndex = e.NewPageIndex;
        Bind_Grid(); //Bind Data


This Is Just simple example How Ever you can do anything with gridview data And also 
Dispaly data In Professional Style.


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What IS IL ??

Intermediate Language is also known as MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language) Or CIL (Common Intermediate language).All .Net Source Code is Complied to Intermediate Language, This IL is then converted to machine code at the point where the Software is installed or at run-time by a just-In_time Comiler

(From .Net Interview Question  - Koirala)


MSIL Is the lowest level human readable Programming language in common Language Infrastructure and in .net framwrok.

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