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DatagridView

Please excuse me if my question is not so clever....
I just learn the stuff of database and datagridview class and I have a
question. After download a sample in CodeProject.com
(http://www.codeproject.com/KB/vista/...nd_Images.aspx) and trying
to modify some column header text I saw that the datagridview contains
column header text which I can't find in a string search, in the whole
project ( nor in the database table columns either).
Is there a way to explain that?

Regards
Ronny
Jul 18 '08 #1
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Hi Ronny,

I have not taken the time to download or install the project myself, but I
will say that calculations can be made on the fly that are displayed in a
datagrid.

Say your table contains value 10 in one row and value 5 in the next. A third
row can be added to the table that is a result of the first two: 10 / 5 = 2!

In a case like that, 2 would not in fact show up anywhere in the code,
because it is calculated on the fly.

"Ronny" wrote:
Please excuse me if my question is not so clever....
I just learn the stuff of database and datagridview class and I have a
question. After download a sample in CodeProject.com
(http://www.codeproject.com/KB/vista/...nd_Images.aspx) and trying
to modify some column header text I saw that the datagridview contains
column header text which I can't find in a string search, in the whole
project ( nor in the database table columns either).
Is there a way to explain that?

Regards
Ronny
Jul 18 '08 #2

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