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i have created text box dynamically. i am able to retrieve text value from text to store this value in array?? is it possible?

foreach (Control c in panel1.Controls)

    if (c is TextBox)
        TextBox txt = (TextBox)c;

        string msg = txt.Text;



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Just define an array in the appropriate scope and add the text from the textbox to it. ie. YourArrayObject.Add(YourTextValue);
I would highly suggest not using and Array[], but rather a List.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 26-Sep-12 11:15am    
That's correct, my 5. I would only add that it could be any kind of container (generic List, etc.), and it should be defined and populated at the moment of "dynamic creation" of the controls. Generally, there is not such thing as a kind of mysterious "non-dynamic". The designer? No difference, but better don't use the designer to create a whole array of something or just many controls -- this is pure manual work, unlike your own code.

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