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Wrapping in a gridview column when text has no space !

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I have a gridview with no header/footer, just rows - row wrap set to true - there is a databound column with a fixed width gets value without spaces, so it is not wrapping; suggestion on how to wrap this column values so that my grid stays aligned, thanks.
send drop a few lines of snippets in c#.
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Sorry,
values without spaces no wrapping possible at all.
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If I do replace column value after x number of chars with < /br > ; but do not know if code like this will work or if this can be bound in a grid column. Ideas ? Thru a method ??
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wrong question but right answer :)
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