Didn't mean to sound critical there, just offering several options and why I thought one would be better than another.
I assume it doesn't raise the event because it raises the form-level events first. The first thing in the form's Key events will be "if [enter pressed] and AcceptButton != null then simulate AcceptButton.Click".
The second thing it will do is "raise the same Key event for the active control".
While this sequence doesn't quite fit what you wanted it to do, it is the sequence that makes sense. People are more likely to want to trap key presses at the form level BEFORE the control level.
What I have discovered so far is that the KeyUp event is raised whenever Enter is pressed (unlike KeyDown). But it is still raised after the Click event for the AcceptButton is raised.
Now, I'm trying to use OnNotifyMessage() (first, you have to use SetStyle() to enable the control to receive Windows messages and derive your class from System.Windows.Forms.Form). I have to use the Message ID for the KeyDown Windows message (WM_KEYDOWN). I think it can be done this way, but there must be an easier way. Any clues?
i want to show a string in vs.net debug output window.
i think i can use Trace or Debug class. but i dont now how to use them to display a string in managed code ?
if there exist some other way plz tell?
i want to see the execution and flow of my program
can any bode tell?
plz write the complete syntex.i will be very thank full to u.
I am trying to open an Excel workbook to use in my C# application. I have found many examples of opening a blank (new) workbook using new Excel.Application(). How do I open a specific xls file using Excel.Application ?
//open Excel with new workbook
Excel.Application excel = new Excel.Application();
excel.Application.Visible = true;
I have been able to open a specific file using Process
Excel.Application excel = new Excel.ApplicationClass();
excel.Visible = true; // remove this line to keep excel silent
Excel._Workbook wbk2 = excel.Workbooks.Open(@"c:\mydoc.xls",true,true,true,true,true,true,true,true,true,true,true,true);
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I am looking for a way to activate an event procedure, such as combox_clicked, without really clicking on the control . I remember in VB we can do thing like that (combox_clicked = true). Just wonder can we do this in C#? I appreciate your inputs.
Does anybody know if there is a way to use the GetFiles method to retrive files using more than one search pattern (similar to what you can do with the OpenFileDialog class). For example, I want to use the GetFiles method to return all image files with the *.jpg, *.bmp, *.gif, etc extensions but it seem the method will only take one at a time and won't accept a string in the same format as the the FileDialog class. I thought about making multiple calls to GetFiles and putting the results into a stack and then popping them out one-by-one to sort them together into one array but I wanted to see if anybody could come up with an easier way.
ds is an in-memory DataSet, not associated with any database, a simple way to access what's in the DataGrid. grdProducts if of course a DataGrid.
The problem is that most of the times I run this code there's an unhandled NullReferenceException exception ("Object reference not set to an instance of an object").
Looking at the stack trace, it happens when the DataGrid is painting itself (after a WndPaint event). If I omit the grdProducts.Refresh() call in my code, I don't see any of my functions in the stack trace, but adding it makes the function in progress appear several levels down the trace (obvious).
But I have a suggestion is that as you are trying the clear the rows, clearing the table would have the same effect, so will clearing the Columns. Perhaps a cross reference is causing the null reference exception.
Hope this helps
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