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Conditional For statement in vb.net ...convert these statement into vb.net


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for (int i = 0; i < this.datagridview.Rows.Count; i++) 
 
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Posted 27-Jun-13 19:26pm
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Solution 1

Try http://www.dotnetperls.com/for-vbnet[^]. It gives you a very basic example of the loop.

Reading a book on VB.Net will also help you get started.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 28-Jun-13 0:34am
   
Fair enough, a 5.

By the way, I put an universal solution in my answer, please see.
—SA
Abhinav S at 28-Jun-13 1:50am
   
Thank you SA.
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Solution 2

In addition to Solution 1:

It's not really good to ask a question each time you need to translate C# to VB.NET or visa versa. It's much better to learn how you can do it automatically. You can have both online and off-line solutions. Please see my past answer: Need to convert vb code to c#[^].

—SA
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Abhinav S at 28-Jun-13 1:50am
   
Of course. A 5.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 28-Jun-13 7:35am
   
Thank you, Abhinav.
—SA

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