C# Tutorial 85: Textbox autocomplete with Database Values

C# Tutorial 85: Textbox autocomplete with Database Values

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11 responses to “C# Tutorial 85: Textbox autocomplete with Database Values”

  1. The Hope says:

    Can you upload a video with the same Textbox search property,but with EF /
    LINQ? I understand the mechanism of it,but I don’t know which command I
    should use instead of DataView for example….

  2. raymer rodriguez says:

    dude you are a life saver, your video have helped me a lot with my project
    for university, dint have any previous programming knowledge before getting
    into university. i was just good at repairing PC but after watching yours
    tutorial i have come to understand most of it. i still have issue with the
    code but the logic is there, heck even my teacher asked wtf i was watching
    that i learning so fast xD.

    thx once again for this tutorials.

  3. Stephen York says:

    Would be so nice if it was possible to get back to an ID value of the
    selected item.

  4. Stephen York says:

    How many times can you repeat “follow the video”?

  5. sharkmisdeed says:

    Your code writing is so strange. It looks like you take very long ways to
    make it work. I am not that master of c# but even i can do it in shorter(i
    mean very short) and still safe ways.Another suggestion, the title says
    “Textbox autocomplete with Database Values”. So show how its done in a new
    form of application. I don’t really liked that idea that i should watch
    your earlier videos to understand new ones.Also, all that off-topic codes
    would make it harder to understand.

    Thanks

  6. Stephen York says:

    I walked away for two minutes with this video playing. By the time I’d got
    back he’d barely progressed.

  7. Mari Lu says:

    Just go to the point¡,

  8. William Eka says:

    Thanks for the tutorial

  9. Stephen York says:

    These tutorials are terrible.
    Waffle waffle…argh

  10. rihab rahouba says:

    Textbox autocomplete for search data type datetimer and int
    private void textsearchtime_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    DataView dv = new DataView(dataset);
    dv.RowFilter = string.Format(” CONVERT(date, System.String)
    LIKE ‘%{0}%'”, textsearch.Text);
    dataGridView2.DataSource = dv; }

  11. TheMasterPiece says:

    I have a problem. Autocomplete only finds the last entry from database. For
    example if i had records in my database with names: John, Richard, Jack.
    Autocomplete would only find Jack, even though there are 2 words that start
    with J. Any help appreciated.

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