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using Grid in managed c++

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8394 Nov 5,2003 02:13 AM Nov 5,2003 04:52 AM Windows Forms 1
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San Tuon
Asked On November 5, 2003 02:13 AM

Hello. I am using the grid in a managed C++ environment (due to design specs) I Am unable to set the grid value of a cell or a column/row name. The c# version was grid[1,1].Text = "Test" I have tried the following in C++. grid[1,1]->Text = "Test grid->Item[1,1]->Text = "Test" and have failed. Does anyone know the C++ equivalent of the array property. Regards San Tuon

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Replied On November 5, 2003 04:52 AM

Try this->gridControl1->Item[1][5]->Text = "someText"; Attached is a little sample project in managed c++. It was done in our 2.0 alpha code so if you are using an earlier version of the library and get some-properties-not found type errors in the designer generated code, just comment them out to get things to run with your version.

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