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Could someone tell me what is ADO.NET in C#?

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ADO in ADO.NET stands for ActiveX Data Objects and is a group of classes or a framework that is used to connect and interact with underlying data sources, databases, and XML files. ADO.NET has classes and methods to retrieve and manipulate data and .NET applications use ADO.NET to connect and retrieve data to and from a database respectively, and execute commands.

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