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hi iam using with

Label6.Text = listofboxes[1].boxName;
           Label6.Text += Environment.NewLine + listofboxes[1].packode;
           Label6.Text += Environment.NewLine + listofboxes[1].Status;

iam having string from which i have to select the characters after comma as shown below
iam getting this values from the above code.
E12 EE731330947CN, Avizo
D9 EE688798805CN, Expired

and based on this i to have display background colours for the labels
can you give examples which helps me.
Posted 30-Nov-12 23:46pm
Krunal R at 1-Dec-12 4:48am
Do you want to select text after comma, am I correct ?

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Solution 1

I assume that what you want to do is break the string into it's component parts:
E12 EE731330947CN, Avizo
Box.boxName E12
Box.packode EE731330947CN
Box.Status  Avizo
If so, then it's pretty easy:
            string inp = "E12 EE731330947CN, Avizo";
            string[] parts = inp.Split(new char[] { ' ', ',' }, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
            if (parts.Length == 3)
                string Box = parts[0];
                string PackCode = parts[1];
                string Status = parts[2];
developerit at 2-Dec-12 3:32am
thanks , problem is solved.......
OriginalGriff at 2-Dec-12 3:49am
You're welcome!

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