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Cannot assign because it is a method group

Posted on 2013-10-26
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Hi Experts,

On Gridview keydown my code is as below

private void DgridKeyDown(object sender, KeyEventArgs e)
        {
            if ((e.KeyCode != Keys.Enter)) return;
            var selectedrowindex = Dgrid.CurrentCell.RowIndex;
            if (((selectedrowindex + 1) == Dgrid.Rows.Count)) return;
            if (Dgrid.CurrentRow == null) return;
            LoadControlsFromGridView = Convert.ToString(Dgrid.CurrentRow.Cells["TitleID"].Value);
            
        }

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Then the function
 private void LoadControlsFromGridView(string titleId)
        {
            _dt.RowFilter = "TitleID= " + titleId + "";
            Tbxdescription.Text = Convert.ToString(_dt[0]["Description"]);
            _dt.RowFilter = "";
        }

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The line LoadControlsFromGridView = Convert.ToString(Dgrid.CurrentRow.Cells["TitleID"].Value); give an error Cannot assign because it is a method group.

I know that I can create a variable and then in next line pass the variable to function. I am just trying to avoid creating a variable so that I can save one line of code :)

Any idea how can i over come this error?
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instead of
LoadControlsFromGridView = Convert.ToString(Dgrid.CurrentRow.Cells["TitleID"].Value);
           
how about calling the function (rather than attempting to assign a value)
LoadControlsFromGridView( Convert.ToString(Dgrid.CurrentRow.Cells["TitleID"].Value) );
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