FlexGrid for WinForms
RowSel Property

Gets or sets the last row in the current selection.
Public Property RowSel As Integer
Dim instance As C1FlexGridBase
Dim value As Integer
instance.RowSel = value
value = instance.RowSel
public int RowSel {get; set;}
property int RowSel {
   int get();
   void set (    int value);

Use the RowSel and ColSel properties to modify a selection or to determine which cells are currently selected. Columns and rows are numbered from zero, beginning at the top for rows and at the left for columns.

Setting the Row and Col properties automatically collapses the selection to a single cell, resetting the RowSel and ColSel properties. Therefore, to specify a block selection, you must Row and Col, then RowSel and ColSel. Alternatively, you may use the Select(CellRange,Boolean) method to select a range with a single statement.

If the SelectionMode property is set to SelectionModeEnum.ListBox, you should use the RowCol.Selected property on individual row objects to select and deselect rows.

When a range is selected, the value of Row may be greater than or less than RowSel, and Col may be greater than or less than ColSel. This is inconvenient when you need to set up bounds for loops. In these cases, you can use the Selection property to retrieve a normalized CellRange object, where r1 <= r2 and c1 <= c2.

See the ColSel property for an example.


Target Platforms: Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

See Also


C1FlexGridBase Class
C1FlexGridBase Members



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