Assembly: System.Web (in system.web.dll)
Use the HtmlTableCellCollection class to programmatically manage a collection of HtmlTableCell objects that represent the cells of a single row in an HtmlTable control. This class is commonly used to add, remove, or modify the contents of a cell in a row of an HtmlTable control.
An HtmlTable control contains a Rows property that contains a collection of HtmlTableRow objects. Each HtmlTableRow object represents an individual row in the table. An HtmlTableRow object contains a Cells property that represents a collection of HtmlTableCell objects. These objects, in turn, represent the individual cells of a row. To retrieve an individual cell, first get the HtmlTableRow object that represents the row containing the cell in the table (from the Rows collection of the HtmlTable control). You can then get the HtmlTableCell object that represents the cell in the row (from the Cells collection of the HtmlTableRow object).
The following code example demonstrates how to dynamically generate the contents of an HtmlTable control by adding cells to an HtmlTableCellCollection collection. Notice that the Cells property of a row, represented by an HtmlTableRow object, is the HtmlTableCellCollection collection.
Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition
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