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Display data in True DBGrid

Posted on 1998-05-29
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I have a true dbgrid with 3 columns.
First column for item id
The second and third column would show the descriptions of the item id.

How can the descriptions of the item to be shown immediately after user type in an item id?
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terencebeh earned 0 total points
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1. On the KeyPress event check that user has press the enter key, and current columns is the item id column.
2. Write a procedure to fill the description in current row.

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Thank you.
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