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Help with displaying data from string variable in a DataGrid using VB.NET

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Hi,

If I  have a string variable S = BEL,CAN,FRA,USA

How do I display the values in a DataGrid as shown below? My string will vary, just using values in S as an example.

BEL
CAN
FRA
USA

Thanks,

Victor
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Assuming that your datagridview has 4 columns already defined.


  Dim str As String() = {"BEL","CAN","FRA","USA"}
  dgdatagridview1.Rows.Add(Str)
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I need to add the data in one column. Thanks.
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Dim eStr As String = "BEL","CAN","FRA","USA"
Dim str() As String
str = eStr.Split(" ")
For Each s As String In str
    dgdatagridview1.Rows.Add(s)
Next

Assuming you have one column in datagridview
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Thank You.
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Great, so you figured out, I didn't add the comma in the Split parameter :)
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