Given a dataset, I know I can find out how many rows exist by:<BR><BR>int dNumberOfRows = ds.Tables["Orders"].Rows.Count;<BR><BR>Using this same logic, is there a public property that identifies what the current row is? For example, if I&#039;ve created a for() loop where I am walking through the the rows of a table, if another function is called that has access to that dataset, how can it figure out which row is currently being processed?<BR><BR>By the way, why is it that I don&#039;t see Count as being a public property for the DataRows class, but I am able to use it as shown above?<BR><BR>Thanks in advance.<BR>DP<BR>