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Cutting Edge: A New Grid Control in Windows Forms

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Grid controls are essential in many of today's apps. Until now, though, most developers using Visual Basic® have had to buy third-party components to get an effective, easy to use grid component. The Windows® Forms DataGrid turned out to lack too many features for the average developer.

Dino Esposito

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