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Data Grid View Coding question

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hello Experts

I can do the following:

foreach (TabPage tp in tabc__all.TabPages
   foreach (Control lbl in tp.Controls) lbl.BackColor = Color.Blue;

My question is how do I do the same with datagridviews, so something like the following:


foreach (TabPage tp in tabc__all.TabPages
   foreach (Datagridview dgv in tp.Controls) dgv.BackColor = Color.Blue;

I get an error with this code,  Just a beginning programmer so Detail code please,  Thanks

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Question by:crp81
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Datagridview foundGrid;

foreach (TabPage tp in tabc__all.TabPages
{
   foreach (Control dgv in tp.Controls) dgv.BackColor = Color.Blue;
   {
          if(dgv is Datagridview)
          {
                 foundGrid = (Datagridview)dgv;
                 foundGrid.BackColor = Color.Blue;
          }
    }
}
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