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adding a new row to a bound datagridview

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I want to add the row and then assign values to the row...
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Dim instance As DataTable Dim returnValue As DataRow

returnValue = instance.NewRow()
 
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didn't paste right...
Dim instance As DataTable
Dim returnValue As DataRow

returnValue = instance.NewRow()
 
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