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I am working with some webservice calls that are returning xml which I am turning into classes.  Each class contains several lists of other classes.  Basically it is very nested.  I am going to be putting some of this into grids to analyze it.  I was wondering if anyone could recommend any grid options that might allow filtering and things of that nature.
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It is Windows forms, you can use DataGridView:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ya3sah92(v=vs.90).aspx
http://www.code-kings.com/2012/07/datagridview-filter-expressions.html

If asp.net app, you can use jqmvcgrid:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12122067/generic-re-usable-gridview-with-sorting-paging-filtering-for-asp-net-web-applic

Again it depends on your application and/or you are willing to use free controls or third party paid grid controls like Telelik or Infragistics
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