ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team February 2, 2005 06:48 PM
You can get the % to show in a cell by just setting the GridStyleInfo.CellValueType to, say, double, and setting the GridStyleInfo.Format to "P". This would let you type 1 and see 100 %, or type .01 and see 1 %.
TATim AquinoFebruary 3, 2005 06:45 AM
Maybe I did not explain my problem really well. I already specified cellvaluetype to double and the format to ''P''. But my problem is like the problem I found in the older posts.
1. If the value displayed is 2.2 %, changing the value to 2.3 % gives an error msg saying 2.3 % is not valid ''double'' because of the % sign (there was a link/sample in the older posts provided by Clay to get around this but the link and/or sample is broken).
2. I want to enter 2 and still display it as 2 %, not 200 % (there was another link/sample to get around this in the older posts, but again that link was dead).
TATim AquinoFebruary 3, 2005 06:50 AM
Here are old topics that provided the samples to get to get around the problem. However, the links to the samples are dead.
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team February 3, 2005 10:13 AM
Sorry for the inconvinience.
These links should work: