ComponentOne FlexGrid for WinForms
GetCellCheck Method

C1.Win.C1FlexGrid Namespace > C1FlexGridBase Class : GetCellCheck Method
Row index.
Column index.
Gets the state of the checkbox in a grid cell.
Public Overridable Function GetCellCheck( _
   ByVal row As Integer, _
   ByVal col As Integer _
) As CheckEnum
public virtual CheckEnum GetCellCheck( 
   int row,
   int col


Row index.
Column index.

Return Value

One of the values in the CheckEnum enumeration.

By default, the grid displays values in Boolean columns as check boxes (the column's data type determined by the RowCol.DataType property). If you don't want Boolean values displayed as check boxes, set the column's RowCol.Format property to a string containing the values that should be displayed for True and False values, separated by a semi-colon. For example:

flex.Cols["CheckBoxes"].DataType = typeof(bool); flex.Cols["yesNo"].DataType = typeof(bool); flex.Cols["yesNo"].Format := "Yes;No";

In unbound mode, you can use the GetCellCheck and SetCellCheck methods to add check boxes to any cells. The check boxes will be displayed along with any text in the cell, and you can set their position using the column's RowCol.ImageAlign property.

There are two types of check boxes: Boolean and tri-state. Boolean check boxes toggle between the CheckEnum.Checked and CheckEnum.Unchecked states. Tri-state check boxes cycle through the settings CheckEnum.TSChecked, CheckEnum.TSUnchecked, and CheckEnum.TSGrayed.

For example, the code below creates a Boolean checkbox in cell (3,3) and a tri-state checkbox in cell (4,3):

flex.SetCellCheck(3, 3, CheckEnum.Unchecked) // Boolean; flex.SetCellCheck(4, 3, CheckEnum.TSUnchecked) // tri-state;
See Also


C1FlexGridBase Class
C1FlexGridBase Members