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How to find the last row number ( the last column number) for DataGrid in VB.Net. IN VB6 it is DataGrid1.Columns.Count. I did not find such property in VB.NET. There is a property VisibleRowCount and VisibleColumnCount but it does not give the total quantity of rows.
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Question by:iboutchkine
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by:Éric Moreau
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have you tried something like :
((DataTable)dataGrid1.DataSource).Rows.Count
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   Dim x As Data.DataSet
    x.Tables("myTable").DefaultView.Count() 'rows
    x.Tables("myTable").Columns.Count() 'columns
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by:iboutchkine
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Worked as a charm!!!
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by:lovely_kishore
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((DataTable)dglist.DataSource).Rows.Count

When i Tried the same code in vb.net the following error is displayed as tool tip
'DataTable' is a type and cannot be used as an expression.
can you give me the solution in vb.net

thanks in advance
email: kishore@sgstechnologie.com
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by:jhstinson
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^ ^ You have to assign it to some integer
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