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Radio button(s) cell type

Is there a relatively simple way to have radio buttons (preferably a related group of radio buttons) as a cell type? I notice that I can select a cell type of "Control" - would this be any windows control? I can't find an example of this in use - anyone have an idea? Thanks, Mike O'Connor

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team July 28, 2003 12:34 PM

You could use the new Control CellType to handle this. You could place radio buttons in a panel or groupbox and use this 'container' control as the celltype. There is some sample code in this forum thread that shows how to put a TextBox in a cell using the "Control" celltype. You could to the same with a panel. http://www.syncfusion.com/forums/message.asp?MessageID=5746 In addition, you could derive your own cell control that has radio buttons in it. Here is a sample.


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 12, 2003 06:07 PM

Would it be possible to convert this sample to VB.NET? I'm having a lot of frustrating problems trying to do it myself. Your help would definitely be appreciated! > You could use the new Control CellType to handle this. You could place radio buttons in a panel or groupbox and use this 'container' control as the celltype. There is some sample code in this forum thread that shows how to put a TextBox in a cell using the "Control" celltype. You could to the same with a panel. > > http://www.syncfusion.com/forums/message.asp?MessageID=5746 > > In addition, you could derive your own cell control that has radio buttons in it. Here is a sample. > >


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 13, 2003 01:54 AM

Attached are both VB abd C# versions.


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 13, 2003 05:49 AM

Thanks for the quick response Clay! As it turns out, I converted all the code to VB.NET correctly except for one line -- the array definition. Apparently the way VB.NET handles array declarations is a bit different from the way they are declared in C# (ugh!). Thanks for your help!

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