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How can I fill a Combobox in a datagridview? C#

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
 

I have made by code a datagridview. This datagridview has several comboboxes.

I want to populate this comboboxes at runtime. But I don't know how.

The code I tried:

NaardataGridView2.CurrentCell.Value = getKolommen(selVanTabellen);

 

getKolommen give a datatable with names. The above code doesn't work. I want something like:

NaardataGridView2.CurrentCell.DataSource = getKolommen(selVanTabellen);

 

Can some one help me?

 




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