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Hello, im new at vb.net, what im trying to do is that textbox3 and texbox5 have a data, and i want to make a "compare" button, when i click it, it will collor they data diffrences with red, colored data will be shown in texbox3. the code from vb6(this codes works well btw):

Private Sub Command5_Click()
Dim a As Integer
Dim R1 As String
Dim r2 As String
Dim strimm As String
strimm = RichTextBox1.Text
 RichTextBox1 = Replace(strimm, vbCrLf, "")

strimm = RichTextBox2.Text
 RichTextBox2 = Replace(strimm, vbCrLf, "")
For a = 0 To Len(RichTextBox2)

RichTextBox1.SelStart = a
RichTextBox1.SelLength = 1
R1 = RichTextBox1.SelText
RichTextBox2.SelStart = a
RichTextBox2.SelLength = 1
r2 = RichTextBox2.SelText
If R1 <> r2 Then
RichTextBox1.SelColor = vbRed
End If
Next
End Sub


What I have tried:

The code i tried in VB.net( it colores whole data with red, if only 1 is not eqaul, thats an error, i need to only diffrence data colored):

Private Sub Command5_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Command5.Click

        Dim a As Integer
        Dim R1 As String
        Dim r2 As String
        Dim strimm As String
        strimm = TextBox3.Text
        TextBox3.Text = Replace(strimm, vbCrLf, "")

        strimm = TextBox5.Text
        TextBox5.Text = Replace(strimm, vbCrLf, "")
        For a = 0 To TextBox5.TextLength


            TextBox3.SelectionStart = a
            TextBox3.SelectionLength = 1
            R1 = TextBox3.SelectedText
            TextBox5.SelectionStart = a
            TextBox5.SelectionLength = 1
            r2 = TextBox5.SelectedText
            If R1 <> r2 Then
                TextBox3.ForeColor = Color.Red
            End If
        Next
    End Sub
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Updated 13-Mar-17 22:01pm
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1 solution

Textboxes cannot be coloured except as a whole: they do not have any "individual word" formatting facilities.
To do that, you'd have to write your own TextBox control - or use the built in RichTextBox control which would work in much the same way as the one in your VB6 code...
   
Comments
JeezyWonder 14-Mar-17 20:37pm
   
I replaced textbox with richtextbox, result the same
OriginalGriff 15-Mar-17 6:00am
   
Well, unless you changed ForeColor to refer to the selected text like you did in the VB6 example, I'm not surprised...

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