February 28th, 2012, 09:01 AM
[RESOLVED] Help me..!
Well, im relatively new to the programming world. I wasnt really interested in learning programming since my desired field was going to be networking. However, 2 months ago i "fell in love" with programming . I have decided to dig out all my previous knowledge (I have taken Visual, C# and Delphi) courses. I just learned the basics since i didnt focus in getting too deep into it. But now i have decided to focus on C# (Since its sintax is similar to C++ and Java to some extend) so im mainly putting must effort into it.
Now, i have a project in mind that i want to develop. I know how to set the database, main menu and program must buttons. However, i want to do something special. I want to see if its possible to add an X amount of textboxes based on a number written on a textbox. Here is an example.
"Lets say i want to write 15 different sums that are stored in checks. Since i want 15, i would then write 15 into the textbox, and hit a button so that it generates me 15 new textbox. I think that maybe its possible using the "FOR" sentence, but i dont know how to make it work.
I hope you guys get what i mean, and can give me a answer as soon as possible
Any help its greatly appreciated!
February 28th, 2012, 10:12 AM
Re: Help me..!
Nevermind, i figured how to do it. I was using an array of string instead of an array of textboxes. NVM.
February 28th, 2012, 10:40 AM
Re: Help me..!
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February 29th, 2012, 07:35 AM
Re: [RESOLVED] Help me..!
Well, i've marked this as resolved but i want to ask something else. I have gotten it to store the textboxes on a container (doesnt look at stetic as i would like to, but im sure i could fix that with some tweeking) but my question now is.. How can i make it store 20 textboxes in one container, and 20 others in a different container and so on depending on the number i enter?
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