BindingSource.RemoveAt(Int32) BindingSource.RemoveAt(Int32) BindingSource.RemoveAt(Int32) BindingSource.RemoveAt(Int32) Method

Definition

Removes the item at the specified index in the list.

public:
 virtual void RemoveAt(int index);
public virtual void RemoveAt (int index);
abstract member RemoveAt : int -> unit
override this.RemoveAt : int -> unit
Public Overridable Sub RemoveAt (index As Integer)

Parameters

index
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The zero-based index of the item to remove.

Implements

Exceptions

The underlying list represented by the List property is read-only or has a fixed size.

Examples

The following code example demonstrates the List, RemoveAt, and Count members. To run this example, paste the code into a form that contains a BindingSource named BindingSource1, two labels named label1 and label2, and a button named button1. Associate the button1_Click method with the Click event for button1. Visual Basic users will need to add a reference to System.Data.dll.

private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    // Create the connection string, data adapter and data table.
    SqlConnection connectionString =
         new SqlConnection("Initial Catalog=Northwind;" +
         "Data Source=localhost;Integrated Security=SSPI;");
    SqlDataAdapter customersTableAdapter =
        new SqlDataAdapter("Select * from Customers", connectionString);
    DataTable customerTable = new DataTable();

    // Fill the adapter with the contents of the customer table.
    customersTableAdapter.Fill(customerTable);

    // Set data source for BindingSource1.
    BindingSource1.DataSource = customerTable;

    // Set the label text to the number of items in the collection before
    // an item is removed.
    label1.Text = "Starting count: " + BindingSource1.Count.ToString();

    // Access the List property and remove an item.
    BindingSource1.List.RemoveAt(4);

    // Remove an item directly from the BindingSource. 
    // This is equivalent to the previous line of code.
    BindingSource1.RemoveAt(4);

    // Show the new count.
    label2.Text = "Count after removal: " + BindingSource1.Count.ToString();
}
    Private Sub button1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) _
        Handles button1.Click

        ' Create the connection string, data adapter and data table.
        Dim connectionString As New SqlConnection("Initial Catalog=Northwind;" & _
            "Data Source=localhost;Integrated Security=SSPI;")
        Dim customersTableAdapter As New SqlDataAdapter("Select * from Customers", _
            connectionString)
        Dim customerTable As New DataTable()

        ' Fill the adapter with the contents of the customer table.
        customersTableAdapter.Fill(customerTable)

        ' Set data source for BindingSource1.
        BindingSource1.DataSource = customerTable

        ' Set the label text to the number of items in the collection before
        ' an item is removed.
        label1.Text = "Starting count: " + BindingSource1.Count.ToString()

        ' Access the List property and remove an item.
        BindingSource1.List.RemoveAt(4)

        ' Remove an item directly from the BindingSource. 
        ' This is equivalent to the previous line of code.
        BindingSource1.RemoveAt(4)

        ' Show the new count.
        label2.Text = "Count after removal: " + BindingSource1.Count.ToString()

    End Sub
End Class

Remarks

These two conditions can be tested with the IsFixedSize and IsReadOnly properties, respectively.

This method raises the ListChanged event.

Applies to

See also