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When you set the text of your text box, I think you want to append the text instead of replacing it. See your line of code that matches the following:
textBox4.Text = value + "\r";
You can use an object property, like .Text, in a query. One way to do this is by using a parameter object. The code below is a method tailored after your question, so you may be able to plug it right...
*Forgive the double post, but I was unable to edit the last one. Added code tags.
There are some interesting strategies that you could use with the DataSource, DisplayMember, and ValueMember of a...
There are some interesting strategies that you could use with the DataSource, DisplayMember, and ValueMember of a ComboBox when binding to ADO objects such as DataTable. I recommend searching for...
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