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Use vb.net grid control with ability to check rows and loop through

Posted on 2013-01-10
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Hi everyone,  I want to use the grid control in vb.net.  It will be bound to a dataset.  I need a way to click on multiple rows perhaps selecting a check box.  

When a user clicks a button on the form, I will loop through the selected rows and execute some code.

Can anyone help!
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Set the MultiSelect property of grid to true, then use CTRL or SHIFT keys and click to select multiple rows. On button click, loop through the SelectedRows property of the grid.
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Do you have any code example for looping?
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Its a simple loop

For i As Integer = 0 to grid.SelectedRows.Count-1
    Msgbox grid.SelectedRows(i).Cells(0).Value
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