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how to get all combobox items in single array........
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Updated 22-Dec-20 5:43am
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Prerak Patel 4-Nov-11 4:22am
   
You want to get the list of items in array, or you want to populate items from array?

Array to items
VB
Dim items() as String = new String(){"Typical", "Compact", "Custom"}
ComboBox1.Items.AddRange(installs)


List of items in string array
VB
Dim items() As String = (From item As String In ComboBox1.Items Select item).ToArray
   
v3
You can run a loop and iterate over the items in the drop down.
C#
foreach(ListItem l in ddown.Items)
{
    myArr.Add(l);
}


Or you could use LINQ
myarr = down.Items.OfType<listitem>().ToArray();</listitem>
   
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Member 14499379 28-Jun-19 13:24pm
   
what do you mean by ListItem? It is not showing in C#.net
int i=0;
string[] Recmdes = new string[RecipeName.Items.Count];
foreach (string item in RecipeName.Items)
{
i++;
Recmdes[i] = item;
}
   

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