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ive looked on the web for this and,I find them not that helpful,I know how to read a normel text file and put it on a textbox, but i want to be able to be able to read the csv files in a listbox.

for example. (CSV)
hi,hi2,hi3

for example. (listbox)
hi
hi2
hi3

and this will be using the .csv not the .txt

I was wondering if anyone can help me achieve this goal? and if so please explain how it works
Posted 1-Jan-13 21:57pm

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Solution 1

The string class has a split method. You can read a file with File.ReadAllLines and get a string array. Each string, you can split on the , to get an array of individual strings.

There's also a CSV class on Code Project somewhere...
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