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How can I display either Green Tick or Red Cross image based on result in a WinForm

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I have a requirement in which I need to check some files and provide the report on UI.
And I would like to design this in such a way that on Windows form it displays all file names and then it starts checking one after other.
If it meets criteria, Green tick image would come after filename, otherwise Red Cross image.

I can do file check but how can I display either Green Tick or Red Cross image based on result.

Is there any tool/grid/control available in Toolbox to meet above requirement?

Not that this is on Window form and using C#.

Any help would be highly appreciated.

Jan 10 '08 #1
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Maybe use a label, image and if{}else{}. HTH,
Jan 10 '08 #2

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