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Auto map time and room to datagridview C#

Auto map time and room to datagridview C#

Auto map time and room to datagridview C#

(OP)
I want to look at the datagridview to know what time of the meeting is as shown in the picture. after selecting the start time and end time and choose the room
will automatically fill in the datagridview and have the background as shown. but the following code does not get that position, hope everyone can help.

private void selectAreaColor()
{
string starttime1 = cboStarttime.Text;
string stoptime1 = cboStoptime.Text;
// Get the start time and end time inputs and the selected meeting room
DateTime startTime =DateTime.ParseExact( starttime1,"HH:mm",null);
DateTime endTime = DateTime.ParseExact(stoptime1,"HH:mm",null);
string selectedRoom = cboRoom.SelectedItem.ToString();

// Loop through the rows in the DataGridView and find the matching row
foreach (DataGridViewRow row in grdMeeting.Rows)
{
if (row.Cells[0].Value.ToString() == selectedRoom)
{
// Loop through the columns and compare the start and end times with the time slots
for (int i = 1; i < grdMeeting.Columns.Count; i++)
{
DateTime columnTime = DateTime.ParseExact(grdMeeting.Columns[i].HeaderText, "HH:mm", null);
if (startTime == columnTime || endTime == columnTime)
{
//MessageBox.Show("Are you OK ");

grdMeeting.CurrentCell.Style.BackColor = Color.Blue;//Can't get the location to create the background
return;
}

}

}

}

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