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I have a combobox which lists down lot of values like Apple, Ant, Cat, Carrot,Costco etc. But I want it to work as follows.
so when I type "Ca" on combobox it should show only those in the list that starts with "Ca" In this case its carrot and Cat.
This is a windows application developed in Vb.net.
Please let me know how to achieve that.
Your help is much appreciated.
Dim a As String = "99999999"
Dim m As String = "3333"
Dim a As String = "77"
Dim u As String = "07"
Dim v As String = "00"
Dim result As String = ""
result = W(a, m, v, u, a, Block)
a, m and Block are not accepted.
I'm not a C# expert so I guess that there is something to be done in order to correctly address strings and arrays between the two languages. Must be kind of basic rule I ignore...
Anybody can help?