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Posted on 2008-10-06
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Hi,
In visual basic Combo we can know whether the comboBox is bound or not by
  If Val(combo.BoundText) = 0
What is the equivalent to know in .NET winform comboBox
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You can check if the datasource is nothing
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If ComboBox1.DataSource Is Nothing Then
    MessageBox.Show("Control is not bound!")
End If

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