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Solution to problem: Current Row in List object

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Solution is CurrencyManager in Form.BindingContext. This collection has
a list of CurrencyManager (manager of binded controls to the same
source). One of them is CurrencyManager which has a information about
what is source for binded controls and has a Position property which
tell all binded controls what index in a collection is current.

Sorry for my answer to my question but I searched this solution for 2
days and I want to give this solution to other people.
Thank's for all
How controls know which index of collections
rows is selected (correct )?
I noticed this situation in my property of IList ( this[int index] ). I don't know how a control know which index is actual and get
child object with this index. I change current row in a grid to other
then a grid know which row is changed by himself but I noticed that
other controls (TextBox, Calendar etc) know that current row is changed and get child object from my IList with correct index.
I know that because I debugged all controls and all databinding
(inhertied and writing by me) for that controls.

Nov 16 '05 #1
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