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Click ' If items remain in the list, remove the first item. You can also build this example in Visual Studio by pasting the code into a new project.
Add("Text", binding Source1, "Capital") End Sub Private Sub button1_Click(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As Event Args) _ Handles button1. Private Class State Private state Name As String Public Read Only Property Name() As String Get Return state Name End Get End Property Private state Capital As String Public Read Only Property Capital() As String Get Return state Capital End Get End Property Public Sub New(By Val name As String, By Val capital As String) state Name = name state Capital = capital End Sub End Class End Class For information about building this example from the command line for Visual Basic or Visual C#, see Building from the Command Line or Command-line Building With
Generally this control is used with the Binding Source control to move from a record to another record.
By default this control has a series of buttons for moving to next and previous records as well as first and last records, to add a new record and to delete a record.
(In this example I have set these properties as given.)Step 5 : Now select a Text Box and go to its Text property under Data Bindings.
Step 6 : Click at Text property - Click at binding Source1 and select appropriate column.
The following code example demonstrates using the Reset Bindings method to notify a bound control about an update in the data source.
The set is contained in a Data View, which is bound to a Text Box control with a Binding Source component.
(Look at the following figure; I am selecting "E_ID" to show the value of this column in the Text Box.)Step 7 : Do the same for the remaining Text Boxes. Output You can move to first, previous, next and last records as well and you can add new records and delete records.