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I have 2 questions

1. Some software have a detailed HowTo documenation how are those docs made, do they use a special software for it??

2. I'm new Database handling in C# and Iwant to learn about the Data Gried View element in Windows Forms and also C# SQL. Can u suggest me some tutorials on them???
Rob Grainger 15-Mar-15 11:13am    
That's really two questions, and should be posted as such, to allow someone to answer one when they have no contribution to make on the other.

With relation to the second, try this: Tutorials
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 15-Mar-15 11:31am    
I would say, 3... :-)
I just answered all 3.
I credited your suggestion, by the way... :-)

1 solution

  1. It depends. There is nothing predefined. For, "how to", it would make little sense, but API documentation should better be automated. You need to search and review some available products and decide which ones could fit your need, and then ask questions if you face some problems (including the choice problems). Giving you some comprehensive listing now would be premature. You can start here:[^],[^].
  2. SQL… You can use ADO.NET:[^],[^].

    This wonderfully clear and useful CodeProject article can help you get started in no time:
    Using ADO.NET for beginners[^].
  3. Yes, third item, because #2 contains two questions. So, DataGridView
    I don't think the manuals could be especially useful. You can find all you need here:[^].

    Better yet, you could learn data binding with System.Windows.Forms in general:[^].

    For no-binding approach (which you can combine with binding, if you need it, by one or another reason), you can do it all yourself combining ADO.NET and documentation on each control type you want to use.

Good luck,
P.S.: I just realized how inconvenient it might be, to combine unrelated answers in one post. Next time, with questions so unrelated to each other, you really should better publish 2 or 3 separate questions posts, as Rob Grainger reasonably suggested in his comment to the question.
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