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Dynamic Handle the selected Index changed

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1) Accpet the item in TxtItem in
comma seperated values like
(Apple, Mango, Orange etc.). Store that
item in array object (objArray) in acending order."

2) Create the object of the
dropdown list objDropDwon on runtime and fill its items from objArray."

3) Create server side table and
add rows on runtime."

4) Add objDropDown to the
each row of the table."

5) Handle Selected index changed event. Display the current selected name on screen

Note: give me code guide how can done 1 to 5 step.
Sep 15 '10 #1
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Kapil tripathi,

Welcome to Bytes.

This forum is dedicated to help you solve your problems but the experts here are not going to give you full code solutions complete with comments explaining every line. It's truly unfair to ask the experts here to do your work for you.

We are more than happy to help you through any problems you are having with your code but you have to attempt to implement the solution first.

Have you added the controls to the aspx page that are required to do what you need to do?

What have you tried so far?
What errors are you getting if any?
What is wrong with your program?

I think you would be interested in checking out the documentation found in the MSDN Library. There you will find articles on all .NET controls complete with examples on how to use them. For example there are multiple articles on the topic of the DropDownList control and the TextBox control. There are also articles there on the DataTable class.

Since you have to work with dynamic controls I recommend that you look over the Bytes article on how to use dynamic controls in .NET as well.

Sep 15 '10 #2

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