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DataGrid Cell navigaton error

Dim i as int32 Dim j as int32 For i=0 to rows For j=0 to cols DataGrid(i)(j).someproperty="something" Next Next This doesn't work in VB.NET. I'm getting an error saying: "Can't convert integer into System.Windows.Forms.DataGridCell" Anyone help?? I'm trying to go through each cell of the grid. Thank you.

5 Replies

CB Clay Burch Syncfusion Team July 2, 2002 08:32 AM

Try DataGrid(i,j).someproperty = "something" provided 'someproperty' takes a string...


PE Peter July 3, 2002 05:18 AM

Hi Clay, thank you. It works, meaning I'm not getting this error any more. But now the only property I can reach is DataGrid(1,1).GetType Please help. I'm trying to reach Text property. Is there any sample I can look at. Thank you SO very much.


CB Clay Burch Syncfusion Team July 3, 2002 01:29 PM

If the cell value is a string, you can get it just by dim cellValue as String = datagrid1(i,j)


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team July 4, 2002 12:56 AM

> If the cell value is a string, you can get it just by > > dim cellValue as String = datagrid1(i,j) Hi peter. if the datagrid cellvalue accepts string then Just say(type) DataGrid(i,j) = "Vipul" Hope this helps


VB Vipul Bhatt July 4, 2002 12:56 AM

> If the cell value is a string, you can get it just by > > dim cellValue as String = datagrid1(i,j) Hi peter. if the datagrid cellvalue accepts string then Just say(type) DataGrid(i,j) = "Vipul" Hope this helps

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