Add/Remove Rows and validating each cells in DataGridView Control
This project Add/Remove Rows and validating each cells in DataGridView Control is an advanced VB.Net (2010) code but it is a base implementation in every project. Intended for input data in “One to Many” relationship, such as in sales products etc., by writing all Run Time code. Because of the flexibility to control the program for work as we want. This will make users feel to “Friendly used”.
It consists of locking the keyboard in each cell of the DataGridView. In case of an integer, it can only be numbered from 0 to 9. In case of a double value, it will be from 0 to 9 and the dot (.), but can only be pressed once. Also, I’ve added a way to add and remove rows from a DataGridView. For each of you to study and apply together comfortably.
Data Grid employs the methods of a data source specified to the DataSource property to add and remove rows. Only if your data source supports such an API may you and your end-users add and remove Data Grid rows.
The ExcelDataSource, for example, is a read-only data source, so data editing in a grid tied to it is not possible. If a Data Grid is bound to a data source that implements the IBindingList interface, the availability of row actions is determined by the boolean AllowNew and AllowRemove settings.
Lists with simple type objects (e.g., Liststring>) are not supported; instead, you must define a class with one simple type attribute. A default constructor for this class must be empty.
This is open source code Add/Remove Rows and validating each cells in DataGridView Control under @CopyLeft by Thongkorn Tubtimkrob. You can feel free to modify and/or distribute without to inform the developer.
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