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Hi,
I would like to know is it possible to update the changes in the parameters of the screen at the end rather updating every time when one parameter is selected.Can we declare an array? please give me the code.
Posted 10-Sep-11 21:20pm
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OriginalGriff at 11-Sep-11 3:13am
   
Sorry, but that doesn't mean a lot.
Please, use the "Improve question" widget to edit your question and provide better information. At the moment, I have no idea at all what you are trying to do...
SAKryukov at 11-Sep-11 16:09pm
   
I advised not to use "Improve question". It's not about a question formulation... (I posted some answer.)
--SA
Mika Wendelius at 11-Sep-11 3:15am
   
Could you clarify the question and perhaps update your question with the code you currently have.
SAKryukov at 11-Sep-11 16:09pm
   
I don't think so -- please see my answer.
--SA
SAKryukov at 11-Sep-11 16:02pm
   
Tag it! WPF, Silverlight, Forms, ASP.NET, what?
--SA

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You did not specify the UI library you need to use. You always need to do that.
 
However, in this case there is a general answer: buttons do not need any code. The code you need will go elsewhere and has nothing to do with the button triggering it.
 
I think by now you understand that nobody will give you any useful code. Nobody can code who-knows-what who-knows-why. It's almost apparent to me that even you don't clearly understand what you want, forget about others. Perhaps don't even use "Improve question". First work until you come to understanding of what are you doing.
 
[EDIT]
Oh, I can see a pattern… You routinely ask about the "code for a button" even after I explained it makes no sense: code for save button[^].
Also, you never explain what do you want to achieve and why (the ultimate purpose). You always need to explain those things.
 
Please, either overcome this pattern, of stop asking your questions of this sort at all and work at yourself. Your questions will not help you until you overcome this. Don't waste our time and your own time.
 
—SA
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Simon Bang Terkildsen at 11-Sep-11 16:37pm
   
This might sound harsh to the OP, but I hope he takes it to heart.
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SAKryukov at 11-Sep-11 17:25pm
   
I hope so. I really want to help, not to discourage, but this is the only way to help I can see.
OP is welcome to ask further questions along this way, but not repeating many times the previous questions and the variations -- I tried to overview the -- all the same stuff.
Thank you, Simon.
--SA

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