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Hi;

I get the above exception in this code line.

DataGridView1.Rows[iIndex].Cells[1].Value = iGLCount.ToString();

datagridview is defined in the Designer.cs i dont think i need the Troubleshooting tip "Use the 'new' keyword to create an object instance"
in some forums i did read that i can not modify/set cells directly so i shoul enable the edit mode like ;

DataGridView1.BeginEdit(); and i got nada.

Any ideas ?
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Updated 27-Feb-11 8:51am
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Sandeep Mewara 27-Feb-11 14:34pm
   
Good to know that my answer helped. :)


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Solution 1

System.NullReferenceException
This simply means that you are trying to use a property of an object which is actually a NULL.


Now, looking at the line you say:
DataGridView1.Rows[iIndex].Cells[1].Value = iGLCount.ToString();

Potential objects, which can be easily debugged, seen and rectified are:
Check sequentially:
1. iGLCount : Is this object NULL? If so, doing a ToString() would throw an error
2. DataGridView1.Rows[iIndex]: Does this return a valid row object? If yes, move ahead for third and last one
3. DataGridView1.Rows[iIndex].Cells[1] : Does this return a proper object? If not, and is a NULL, then doing a .Value would throw an error.

Now, just check which one of it is (1 or 2 or 3) and handle the same. Have a NULL check before using it.
   
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Sandeep Mewara 27-Feb-11 14:33pm
   
Comment from OP:
Thanks Sandeep,

i assumed that i could set the cell.value directly which i cant.
DataGridView1.Rows[iIndex].Cells[1].Value is null so throws an error.
Dave Paras 27-Feb-11 23:46pm
   
Nice and Sufficient information.

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