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    Determine the column type

    I have a datagridview with several tables
    One of the tables I want to change the type of values it receives...how?
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    with mydatagridview

    .columns(2).valuetype = ??

    thanks

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    Re: Determine the column type

    Quote Originally Posted by kebboud View Post
    One of the tables I want to change the type of values it receives
    I don't really know what that means. If you want to change the data type of a database column then you would generally use the appropriate database management app for that database. That's got nothing at all to do with a DataGridView. If that's not what you mean then I have no idea what you're talking about. Please provide a FULL and CLEAR explanation of the problem.

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    Re: Determine the column type

    Or since this is in Database: If you‘ve learned SQL, you‘d know that pretty much every SQL-Dialect offers casting of values from one Datatype to another as long as the conversion is „legal“ (trying to convert „abc“ to integer will fail everytime)
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