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I'm writing a program that has text boxes where I will be typing information into them and then I have to see if a match is found from a file. How do I check what was typed in to what is in the file?

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From: Estela Peque?o

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Nov 16 '05 #1
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Maybe you could put a button, and when you click that button open the file
read a file using StreamReader, and search into this the text that you put in
the textboxes,

or you can set the textboxes autopostback property to true, and when a
person enters anything in thoses and change the focus you can use
StreamReader, and search into this the text that you put in the textboxes.

I dont know if this helps, but could you specify a little more?
Regards.
josema.
"Estela Peque?o via .NET 247" wrote:
I'm writing a program that has text boxes where I will be typing information into them and then I have to see if a match is found from a file. How do I check what was typed in to what is in the file?

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From: Estela Peque?o

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Posted by a user from .NET 247 (http://www.dotnet247.com/)

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Nov 16 '05 #2

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