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TableRow Class

A flow content element that defines a row within a Table.

Namespace: System.Windows.Documents
Assembly: PresentationFramework (in presentationframework.dll)
XML Namespace:  http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation

[ContentPropertyAttribute("Cells")] 
public class TableRow : TextElement, IAddChild
/** @attribute ContentPropertyAttribute("Cells") */ 
public class TableRow extends TextElement implements IAddChild
ContentPropertyAttribute("Cells") 
public class TableRow extends TextElement implements IAddChild
<TableRow>
  Cells
</TableRow>

The following example demonstrates how to define a Table using Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML). The example table has four columns (represented by TableColumn elements) and several rows (represented by TableRow elements) containing data as well as title, header, and footer information. Rows must be contained in a TableRowGroup element. Each row in the table is comprised of one or more cells (represented by TableCell elements). Content in a table cell must be contained in a Block element; in this case Paragraph elements are used. The table also hosts a hyperlink (represented by the Hyperlink element) in the footer row.

<FlowDocumentReader>
  <FlowDocument>

    <Table CellSpacing="5">

      <Table.Columns>
        <TableColumn/>
        <TableColumn/>
        <TableColumn/>
        <TableColumn/>
      </Table.Columns>

      <TableRowGroup>

        <!-- Title row for the table. -->
        <TableRow Background="SkyBlue">
          <TableCell ColumnSpan="4" TextAlignment="Center">
            <Paragraph FontSize="24pt" FontWeight="Bold">Planetary Information</Paragraph>
          </TableCell>
        </TableRow>

        <!-- Header row for the table. -->
        <TableRow Background="LightGoldenrodYellow">
          <TableCell><Paragraph FontSize="14pt" FontWeight="Bold">Planet</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph FontSize="14pt" FontWeight="Bold">Mean Distance from Sun</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph FontSize="14pt" FontWeight="Bold">Mean Diameter</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph FontSize="14pt" FontWeight="Bold">Approximate Mass</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>

        <!-- Sub-title row for the inner planets. -->
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell ColumnSpan="4"><Paragraph FontSize="14pt" FontWeight="Bold">The Inner Planets</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>

        <!-- Four data rows for the inner planets. -->
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Mercury</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>57,910,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>4,880 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>3.30e23 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
        <TableRow Background="lightgray">
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Venus</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>108,200,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>12,103.6 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>4.869e24 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Earth</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>149,600,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>12,756.3 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>5.972e24 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
        <TableRow Background="lightgray">
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Mars</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>227,940,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>6,794 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>6.4219e23 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>

        <!-- Sub-title row for the outter planets. -->
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell ColumnSpan="4"><Paragraph FontSize="14pt" FontWeight="Bold">The Major Outer Planets</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>

        <!-- Four data rows for the major outter planets. -->
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Jupiter</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>778,330,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>142,984 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>1.900e27 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
        <TableRow Background="lightgray">
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Saturn</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>1,429,400,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>120,536 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>5.68e26 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Uranus</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>2,870,990,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>51,118 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>8.683e25 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
        <TableRow Background="lightgray">
          <TableCell><Paragraph>Neptune</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>4,504,000,000 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>49,532 km</Paragraph></TableCell>
          <TableCell><Paragraph>1.0247e26 kg</Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>

        <!-- Footer row for the table. -->
        <TableRow>
          <TableCell ColumnSpan="4"><Paragraph FontSize="10pt" FontStyle="Italic">
            Information from the 
            <Hyperlink NavigateUri="http://encarta.msn.com/encnet/refpages/artcenter.aspx">Encarta</Hyperlink> 
            web site.
            </Paragraph></TableCell>
        </TableRow>
      
      </TableRowGroup>
    </Table>
  </FlowDocument>
</FlowDocumentReader>

The following figure shows how the table defined in this example renders.

Rendered table.

More Code

How to: Build a Table Programmatically

The following examples show how to programmatically create a Table and populate it with content. The contents of the table are apportioned into five rows (represented by TableRow objects contained in a RowGroups object) and six columns (represented by TableColumn objects). The rows are used for different presentation purposes, including a title row intended to title the entire table, a header row to describe the columns of data in the table, and a footer row with summary information. Note that the notion of "title", "header", and "footer" rows are not inherent to the table; these are simply rows with different characteristics. Table cells contain the actual content, which can be comprised of text, images, or nearly any other user interface (UI) element.

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

Windows 98, Windows Server 2000 SP4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile for Smartphone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0

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