Fill datagridview combobox cell

Hi,
I am using vb.net.

I need a code to fill the combobox cell in a datagridview.

Thanks in advance.
baabaa_nlAsked:
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nepaluzCommented:
You can either do this in the designer by setting the datasource or you can do this at load time, treating each cell inthe comboboxcolumn as an individual combobox and adding a datasource to it.

What is the data that you'd want bound and where are you getting it from? (i.e SQL, List etc)
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nepaluzCommented:
designer route
desgnYou can either add items manually through the designer (left screen) or assigne a datasource that is already existent in the project (right screen) via editing your datagridviewcomboboxcolumn properties (top screen)
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baabaa_nlAuthor Commented:
i would like to add it programatically, and i would like to add a list of values manually from the code.
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nepaluzCommented:
Assuming that the first column of your datagridview is a comboboxcolumn, you'd add this in your form load event
Dim DataList As New List(Of String) From {"First Item", "Second Item", "Third Item"}
For Each row As DataGridViewRow In Me.DataGridView1.Rows
    CType(row.Cells(0), DataGridViewComboBoxCell).DataSource = DataList
Next

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nepaluzCommented:
Or, you can have the datasource set in the RowsAdded event of the datagridview by
Dim DataList As New List(Of String) From {"First Item", "Second Item", "Third Item"}
Dim xSender = DirectCast(sender, DataGridView)
CType(xSender.Rows(e.RowIndex).Cells(0), DataGridViewComboBoxCell).DataSource = DataList

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Again, the code above assumes that the comboboxcolumn is the first column
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