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How to write a code using VB.NET that demonstrates how to access the Text Property of a combo box and pass it to a variable, then display it to the screen


What I have tried:

i have know clue how to go about it
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Updated 7-Jul-22 9:07am
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All you need is the instance of the Combobox: then you can just access the Text property.
The documentation shows you how: ComboBox.Text Property (System.Windows.Forms) | Microsoft Docs[^]
Then it's just display that's needed - and that's dependant on how you want to see it: TextBox.Text is one way, MessageBox is another, but there are probably hundreds of ways to display information!
And then there is when you want to do this: when a button is clicked, when the ComboBox is changed, on a timer ... again there are many different ways to do that as well.

So think about what the task as set is asking you to do and work from that - we can't see your homework assignment, so we can't be specific.
 
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