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How to store a textbox value in two dimensional array

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I have a text box that takes two numbers separated by a comma. For eg: "05, 2004".
I have a two dimensional array called store[i][j] of integer type.
I would like to store 10 in ith position and 2010 in jth position.
such that, store[0][0] should be equal to "05, 2010"
So far, I've only been learning and dealing with one dimensionl array,
and have been using the following statement to read values from a textbox.


if (!int.TryParse(carmake.Text, out store[0]))
MessageBox.Show("type an integer ");

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
Tags: C#, .NET, WPF

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