How to Know Which Modifier Key Was Pressed

Added by Sixth Sense updated on Wednesday, March 28, 2018

If you handle the KeyDown event, the Modifiers property of the KeyEventArgs received by the event handler specifies which modifier keys are pressed. Alternatively, the KeyData property of KeyEventArgs specifies the character that was pressed as well as any modifier keys combined with a bitwise OR. However, if you are handling the KeyPress event or a mouse event, the event handler does not receive this information.

How to prevent DataGridView from flickering |Blinking

Added by Sixth Sense updated on Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Flickering is common problem in windows forms DataGridView when we use huge data to display. Overcome this problem is tricky part which we will discuss in this small snippet.

Accessing Objects Bound to Windows Forms DataGridView Rows

Added by Nasir Mahmood updated on Thursday, March 1, 2018

Accessing data-bound objects directly through row objects is useful when you do not have direct access to the data source containing the objects.

In this Snippet we will learn how we can access object bound to DataGridView Row. DataGridViewRow.DataBoundItem Property is the key by this property we can get our custom object quite easily.

Cross Thread Update UI using SynchronizationContext | .Net

Added by Nasir Mahmood updated on Saturday, February 10, 2018

Multithreaded programming can be quite difficult, and there’s a tremendous body of concepts and tools to learn when one embarks on this task. To help out, the Microsoft .NET Framework provides the SynchronizationContext class. Unfortunately, many developers aren’t even aware of this useful tool.

Killing Process Using C#

Added by Sixth Sense updated on Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Here we will discuss different ways to kill a process using c-sharp programmatically.


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