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vb.net - how do I add a row in a datagridview to an existing object?


If I load a form and populate the obj the above is fine
I need to add an extra line(s) manually, say either with textbox controls or other vars


What I have tried:

me.datagridview_1.rows.add("ColumnName",stringvalue)
or 
me.datagridview_1.rows.add(string1, string2,string3)
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Updated 5-Apr-23 21:54pm
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See DataGridViewRow Class[^] for details.
 
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It may be not the best solution. Better to create the extra row at start and hide it, via setting its width to zero.
 
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