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Get Value of Cell on DataGridView

Hi im trying to build a Poker Timer as a first project using VB
Express.

I have a dataset called PokerTimerDataSet and a Table called Round
information.

Within Round Information I have Fields called Round Number, Length,
Small Blind, Big Blind & Ante.

What I would like to do is take the value for each of these cells and
display them in a lable, but I am struggling to work out how to do
this.

Any help or a pointer in the right direction would be appreciated.

Thanks

Jun 12 '07 #1
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Hi,

DataGridView.Item(Column,Row).Value or
DataGridView.Item(ColumnName,Row).Value

Not sure if thats what your looking for, you could always take the data
from the DataTable instead.

HTH
Chris
Bails wrote:
Any help or a pointer in the right direction would be appreciated.

Thanks
Jun 12 '07 #2
On Jun 12, 6:34 pm, Chris Diver <clubbingch...@hotmail.nospam.com>
wrote:
Hi,

DataGridView.Item(Column,Row).Value or
DataGridView.Item(ColumnName,Row).Value

Not sure if thats what your looking for, you could always take the data
from the DataTable instead.

HTH
Chris

Bails wrote:
Any help or a pointer in the right direction would be appreciated.
Thanks- Hide quoted text -

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Thats it!! PERFECT

Thanks heaps. I thought itwould be simple enough, but just couldnt
work it out.

Thanks again!!

Jun 12 '07 #3
Bails wrote:
On Jun 12, 6:34 pm, Chris Diver <clubbingch...@hotmail.nospam.com>
wrote:
>Hi,

DataGridView.Item(Column,Row).Value or
DataGridView.Item(ColumnName,Row).Value

Not sure if thats what your looking for, you could always take the data
from the DataTable instead.

HTH
Chris

Bails wrote:
>>Any help or a pointer in the right direction would be appreciated.
Thanks- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -

Thats it!! PERFECT

Thanks heaps. I thought itwould be simple enough, but just couldnt
work it out.

Thanks again!!
No problem, easy when you know where it is, impossible when you don't :)

Chris
Jun 13 '07 #4

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