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grd endedit vs. grd current cell endedit?

When we exit forms and do copy and paste functions we always do and ENDEDIT first to make sure the last chunk of data has been saved and that the user is no longer in active edit mode. I noticed today we in some spots were doing a grdcurrentcell.endedit and in other sections we were just doing a grd.endedit. whats the main diff between the 2 and if we only allow editing in ONE cell at a time dont they basically do the same thing??

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 17, 2004 12:39 PM UTC

Both methods do the same. Grid.EndEdit just calls CurrentCell.EndEdit. Only if you are using a GridDataBoundGrid then EndEdit will also end editing the current record. Stefan

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