Lesson 16 - DataGrid in C# .NET WPF
In the previous exercise, Solved tasks for C# .NET WPF lessons 11-15, we've practiced our knowledge from previous lessons.
In the previous lesson, Solved tasks for C# .NET WPF lessons 11-15, we finished our graphical clock. Today,
in this C# .NET WPF tutorial, we're going to take a look at the interesting
As the name suggests, we use
DataGrid to display values in a
table. Let's make a simple example showing a list of people using
DataGrid. We'll load them from a list collection, but in reality
they'd more likely be displayed e.g. from a database. The approaches described
below would work the same.
Create a new WPF Application, set the window title to
Personnel administration. Then set the
WindowStartupLocation property to
ensure that the window will appear in the center of the screen when we start the
application. We'll use
Grid for the form layout again. We'll divide
it into two rows. Into the first row, we'll add a
PersonnelDataGrid and into the second one we'll
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In this tutorial, we'll learn how to use DataGrid in WPF form applications in C# .NET. We'll learn how to define custom columns and select an item.
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