We could use for each row to read the data in excel row by row, is it possible if we could do read for each 3 rows, and repeat the process to read the next 3 rows instead?
@christine.tzenghy, The question is not quite clear.
Sounds like you have 6 rows, and you want to read for first 3 and then seperately read for second 3. Is that correct?
Please provide a bit of detail.
As currently I read the row value from fileA and put into specific cells on fileB.
And each time FileB would need 3 rows of value from FileA (each row is the value of different years,I need values for 3 years each time on fileB), so I would like to repeat the process by reading 3 rows continuously at one time if possible.
Similar to for each loop, but instead of reading row by row, I would insert 3 rows of value from file A into file B before proceed to the next loop, close file B and repeat the process again etc
Hope this clarifies.
let me introduce a general approach that can be also adopted to more case specific details.
- DataTable with 8 Rows
- Segmentsize: 3
Following Building Blocks are used
Calculation of the numbers of segments:
with the Ceiling method the fractions are uprounded to the next Integer
with the Skip() and Take() Method the Rows for a segment can be retrieved.
the different segments are bult by following
and do fetch the different segment rows by:
- Segment0: dtData.AsEnumerable.Skip(0*3).Take(3).toList - Row:0,1,2
- Segment1: dtData.AsEnumerable.Skip(1*3).Take(3).toList - Row:3,4,5
- Segment2: dtData.AsEnumerable.Skip(2*3).Take(3).toList - Row:6,7
Detecting if a segment is incomplete or not the modulo function helps
Giving an impression on the processing result, refer to logs below:
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ForEach_Segment_RowSets.xaml (11.5 KB)