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Posted 5 Sep 2013Use String.IsNullOrEmpty(stringvalue) as the condition.
Posted 5 Sep 2013quite funny reading these post years later
Posted 5 Sep 2013What you need to do is each of the element in the string array will be in the order.
So you can just populate the textboxes accordingly.
Pretty much what Michael26 replied.
Good thing is that your array will have an "order" to it.
Posted 5 Sep 2013Cool man.
take a look at the example at the bottom of the page.
Whats happening is the string is being split where there is a comm and each substring is being placed into a string array element.
This should be what you need if you choose my route. I wont give you the actual code because this is a pretty good learning lesson for you.
Posted 5 Sep 2013I'm not too sure on how to edit a reply so I will just make another.
From my point of view you should take a look at String.split methods.
They will give you a good understanding of string methods.
My reply will solve your problem and is a quick save but the better way to have designed your app ( and therefore better solution) is to use
_HAWK_'s way . Encapsulation is very important and you should look into it.
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