recreate linq ToArray format

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  1. John

    John Guest

    Linq to SQL returns this format of multiple key/values per row using ToArray
    at the end of the statement:

    (0) = {QBDistAccFullName = "Materials & Supplies", QBCusFullName = "5",
    QBClassFullName = "(C)Construction Homes:One:Two:Three", Memo = "ds", Amount
    = {Decimal}, ApLineItemID = 85}

    (1) = {QBDistAccFullName = "Telephone", QBCusFullName = "7", QBClassFullName
    = "(C)Demo:FL:WPB", Memo = "vc", Amount = {Decimal}, ApLineItemID = 86}

    I then apply them to and unbound table and want to then collect them from
    the table in the same format for processing, I know how to collect them but
    not how to covert that collection back to this format without it just being
    represented as one long string.

    Thanks John
     
    John, Jul 6, 2009
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