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QuestionC# How to populate datagridview from a separate combobox selection Pin
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Questionuser data system for a web-based e-mail service Pin
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jschell15-Jan-24 4:12
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mike7411 wrote:
Let's say you don't want to use a SQL database, ... data structure should you use


That is phrased incorrectly or it uses the wrong terms.

You need to store (persist) data. So you need to find a solution to that problem first.

Then you need to figure out how to store data, any data, in that persistent store.

After that then you can decide how to represent the data that you want to store (the second part of what you asked.)

Some persistent store solutions. This presumes that this project is very small and will remain that way.
- You can look at NoSQL solutions like MongoDB.
- You can learn just a little bit of SQL and use SQLite.
- You could use memcached actually. Just ignore the parts about distributed. It is just another object store.
- You could use a 'ini' file. Find an appropriate library. Odd but possible I suspect.
- Write your own simple file management library.

If you are on a course of learning and have not done any file manipulation before then the last choice is going to be best.

Note that some of the above can be used for larger projects but the business domain and architecture would be used to decide that (including a standard relational database) rather than just how simple it is to use.
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