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HappyTomato

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hi all.. thanks in advance for helping :tazz:

we have a parent form with datagrid which opens a second form to edit this datagrid. how can we refresh the datagrid when the user has closed the second form after editing? We've tried reloading and/or refreshing both the datagrid and form and opening and closing forms but none seemed to work... >_< any help will be grateful. ;)
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what programming lang?
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sorry.. forgot to mention.. it's C# :tazz:
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I still don't understand why people use C#.
A) Not as good as C/C++
B) Slower than C/C++
C) Just as fast as Visual basic (goes through 2 dlls)
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I can't help but say this...forgive me if I seem rude but, it appears that you make negative comments about people using C# alot on this forum ... I thought this is a forum for people to seek help and assistance, or maybe to discuss but not be criticised about what language they use.. :tazz: ..as I'm sure you'd know, this IS a forum for C#, C++, JAVA, VB etc etc so people DO post questions about C#... and you know sometimes people are not using their programming language by choice either... so other than comments like this.. I think some help from you would also be really grateful!!! cheers Ratmilk ;)

Edited by HappyTomato, 24 July 2005 - 01:46 AM.

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Sorry didn't mean to be rude. Its not your fault, its Microsoft's fault for trying to take over the programming world.

Try search on MSDN for 'form refresh' functions, can't you just close then reopen the form??
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