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Hi all,
   I'm using the True DBGrid standard Edition also known as "Big Jake"
Version (1.0e). I have created a Grid with 5 columns and 5 rows in my Visual
Basic 4.0 applicaton and I have set my data mode to "Unbound Extended-Mode 2"
Assuming my cursor are now place at
Column 3,Row 3. If I were to start typing data into Column3, Row 3, may I
ask how can I capture the position of this particular cell with the
available Grid methods or Events so that I would be able to pass these two
parameters(ie the specific column and row number,(3,3) in this case) to my
error routine to validate the data entered.
I would be most grateful if anyone could enlighten me with the necessary
codes.
Thank You.
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terencebeh earned 100 total points
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1. At the KeyPress event of the grid, do you validation.
2. Use dbgrid.columns(dbgrid.col).value

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by:kian042298
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Hi terencebeh,
   Do you have any ideas or some sample codes to my question.
Thank You.

Best regards,

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