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GridView Checkbox Value Convert to T/F?

Posted on 2012-03-20
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I need to convert the standard checkbox value of true/false to T/F. I'm working on a database table with a string(1) column type. Only accepts T or F. Here's the code I have so far, still looking for more efficient way to convert.

   dr = dt.NewRow();
   dr[0] = gridView1.DataKeys[row.RowIndex]["id"].ToString();
   dr[1] = checkBox1.Checked.ToString().Replace("false", "F").Replace("true", "T");
   dt.Rows.Add(dr);

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Lalit Chandra earned 500 total points
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you can do

  dr[1] = checkBox1.Checked ? "T" : "F";
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Excellent!

Q. What do you call this kind of validation or string substitution called?
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by:Lalit Chandra
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This is normal c sharp  code.  This is Conditioanl/Ternary Operator.
You can know more from the below link

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ty67wk28.aspx

Hope this link will clear your view..
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by:pointeman
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thx
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