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I have a user control. In the user control, I have a datagridview and some other controls. I want to create properties for my user control with the full attributes of one datagridview as normal. Help me? Thanhk you very much?
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/\jmot 26-Nov-14 5:06am    
what it means??
Maciej Los 26-Nov-14 6:02am    
If user control should expose all datagridview properties, why to write user control?
BillWoodruff 26-Nov-14 16:27pm    
Maciej's advice is very good: you would be crazy to try and systematically expose all the Properties of the DataGridView "manually." Just expose the DataGridView !

If you have a distinct (hopefully small) set of Properties, Fields, Methods, Events, etc., you want to expose, then it may be worth your time to systematically expose them.

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Try this one


C#
public partial class UserControl1 : DataGridView
  {
      public UserControl1()
      {
          InitializeComponent();
      }
  }
 
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Maciej Los 26-Nov-14 9:32am    
I doubt it is a problem. Please, read OP's question one more time. He want to expose DGV properties and methods outside the user control.
Er. Dinesh Sharma 26-Nov-14 9:50am    
You can expose property create property of that control

public DataGrid dgv { get; set; }

private void UserControl1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
dgv = this.datagirdView1;
}

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