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I want to search is the DataGridView checkbox checked or unchecked. If checked than I want to use that row. This is my problem.

My Code :
  private void PracticalSubjectLoad()
                foreach (DataGridViewRow row in gdAddNewSubject.Rows)
                    DataGridViewCheckBoxCell CbxCell = (DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)row.Cells[1];
                    if(Convert.ToBoolean(CbxCell.Value) == true)
                    //if (Convert.ToBoolean((DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)row.Cells[1].Value) == true)
                    //    gdPractical.Rows.Add(row.Cells[1].Value.ToString());
                //for (int i = 0; i < gdAddNewSubject.Rows.Count; i++)
                //    //if (Convert.ToByte(db.dataSet.Tables["subject"].Rows[i][1].ToString()) == 1)
                //    //{
                //    //    ((DataGridViewCheckBoxCell)gdAddNewSubject.Rows[0].Cells[1]).Value = true;
                //    //}
                //    MessageBox.Show(gdAddNewSubject.Rows.Count.ToString());
            catch (Exception ex)

Error: Object cannot be cast from DBNull to other types.

Additional information this code is working only when my 1st-row is checked.
Please tell me how can I solve this problem
Posted 25-Jun-12 23:16pm
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Solution 1

DataGridViewCheckBoxCell CbxCell = row.Cells[1] as DataGridViewCheckBoxCell;
if (CbxCell!=null && !DBNull.Value.Equals(CbxCell.Value) && (bool)CbxCell.Value == true)
UL UL ALBAB at 26-Jun-12 5:31am
Okay, its working but,
at the end sending me a message:
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Damith Weerasinghe at 26-Jun-12 5:34am
in which line you get error?
UL UL ALBAB at 26-Jun-12 6:10am
Not any line. This is working but, after complete task it's getting the error.
Damith Weerasinghe at 26-Jun-12 6:14am
may be another issue on somewhere else, post it as another question if you can't find a solution.
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Solution 2

In this sample I assume that here it is a DataGridView with three columns.

FirstName | LastName | IsRegistered

The Codes below, adds the Registered Customer to a List.

List<customer> list = new List<customer>();
foreach (DataGridViewRow row in this.GridView.Rows)
     // if a cell has never choosed so it is null 
     if ((row.Cells["IsRegistered"].Value) == null)
     if (((bool)row.Cells["IsRegistered"].Value == true))
         list.Add(new Customer() {       
            FirstName = (string)row.Cells["FirstName"].Value,
            LastName = (string)row.Cells["LastName"].Value

Let me know if you have any problem else.

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