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QuestionIs it possible to apply a custom filter (i.e. my own delegate) to a DataTable? Pin
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arnold_w22-May-20 10:43
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arnold_w24-May-20 22:02
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Richard Deeming27-May-20 1:27
mveRichard Deeming27-May-20 1:27 
That's using a custom class which adds support for filtering with a delegate:
BindingListView[^]



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Richard Deeming22-May-20 7:09
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QuestionCan I show my data in a C# table, even though all the data is not in a single List/array? Pin
arnold_w21-May-20 21:06
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QuestionHow can I filter what's shown in a DataGridView, without modifying the List that holds the data itself? Pin
arnold_w21-May-20 4:20
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