Adding Rows to Data-Bound DataGridView
If you are using a Data-Bound DataGridView control, you cannot just simply add new row by using the cell property of the control.
A DataGridView that is bound using a DataSet can be access only using the DataSet properties. Forcing it to use the cell property can cause an error "Rows cannot be programmatically added to the DataGridView's rows collection when the control is data-bound."
Adding new row to a DataGridView control programmatically is useful when you want to pull some data from another table to a Bound DataSet with another table.
A good example of this is the Payroll system. A payroll table based only its record from employees table.
Take note that the record in the DataGridView control in this project is just a sample data.
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