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How do I get the value from Textbox and store it in string, and then get all the values from Combobox.

Compare the string from the Textbox with each element from the Combobox.

If anyone matches then show that it was already been there?
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Updated 9-Jun-14 23:04pm
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Kim Togo 10-Jun-14 4:29am
   
Is this a question about WinForm, WPF, ASP.NET ?
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 10-Jun-14 4:38am
   
Is this a question?
Kim Togo 10-Jun-14 4:39am
   
Yes. See this char => ?
That is a question mark.
Member 10718181 10-Jun-14 5:36am
   
c#
TrushnaK 10-Jun-14 4:38am
   
so where you have a problem... start coading.
no one here to write down code for you..

try to do something with yourself.If you have problem then come up again.
Prasad Avunoori 10-Jun-14 5:05am
   
This guy wants to add items from textbox to combobox and want to existence of item before adding
to combobox.

TextBox.Text is already of type string. You can use it directly as in
bool alreadyThere = ComboBox.Items.Contains(TextBox.Text);
   
   

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