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Hello to all,

I have two comboboxes.

I want to fill numbers in combobox1 from 1 to 10.

Suppose in comboxbox1 1 have values 1,2,3,10,5,6,7 then I want to fill values in second combox box these are 4,8,9.

How can I do this in a VB.Net application.
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Dalek Dave 2-Sep-10 3:58am    
Edited for Grammar and Readability.

I THINK you're saying you want to find the missing numbers and put them in combo two. Create a list, of the numbers 1-10, then iterate over combo1 and remove any numbers you find. The list you have left is what you need.
 
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This is the third such question on this subject I have read today, so it strikes me that this is the latest homework task for your course.

It is fine that you are learning, but we are not here to do your homework.

However, you may wish tho think about an array of values from 1 to 10 and as each one is assigned to CB1 it is flagged to a second array.

Hold that thought and think man, think!
 
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