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Visual C# | Data structures exercise | Build up a list of films to display in a datagridview
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Right-click on your project, and choose to add the Film.cs class into it. Have a look at this class to see what it contains:
This class allows you to store the details of a film.
Create a new form called frmFilms, and add a button and a datagridview to create this:
Call your controls btnShow and dgvFilms.
Add code to the button so that when you click on it you see a list of your favourite films:
Your list will be (very) different!
Your code should:
- Create a new list of objects of type Film;
- Create a few objects of type Film, adding each to this list;
- Set the DataSource property of the datagridview to be this list.
When you've finished, close down any open windows.