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I need to double bind bound MS Brid (TDBGRIDS)
How I can read last row from bound grid, what event should I use, I need to use event that leaves row(insert or ?)
You know when you fill a row and go to next row then the actual inserting occurs in grid ( I need the event name
not philosophy). I know event rowcolchange but this occurs when pointer leaves cell, I do not know how to use it to read a row.
Any help appreciated.
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Question by:mativare
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I think you need Events

Private Sub DBGrid1_BeforeUpdate(Cancel As Integer)
Private Sub DBGrid1_BeforeInsert(Cancel As Integer)
Private Sub DBGrid1_AfterUpdate(Cancel As Integer)
Private Sub DBGrid1_AfterInsert(Cancel As Integer)

One of these.
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