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I have a list from of words in a textbox, separated using a comma. But want every new word to be put on a new line i.e.

Milk, egsgs,bread --- written as

Milk
Eggs
Bread
instead


This is the code I have ...
//    string[] lines = processesTextBox.Text.Split(new[] { Environment.NewLine },StringSplitOptions.None);


When I run the code - the text is all still on one line

What I have tried:

processesTextBox.Text.Split(',');
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Updated 8-May-18 4:46am
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1 solution

First off, unless it is a multiline textbox, then you can't do it at all: a "normal" textbox only ever shows a single line of text, and uses an ellipsis "..." to indicate "more text to the left / right"

You could set it to a multiline textbox, and just use string.Replace:
C#
myTextBox.Text = myTextBox.Text.Replace(",", Environment.NewLine);
 
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