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Binding TextBox.Text to ScrollBar.Value

Hi there!

Is there a way to bind a Textbox.Text to a ScrollBar.Value (not the
Textbox-own Scrollbar) and vice versa?

The Problem:
I have to deal with two controls. The Textbox should accept integers as
input, limited by a ScrollBar's Minimum- and Maximum. Changing the
ScrollBar-Value should update the Textbox-Text and vice versa. So the
textbox-text and scrollbar-value represent the same value. The user is
free to either use the scrollbar or enter a integer in the textbox to
deal the same value. Further the allowed limitation for the entered
textbox-text is dynamicalle dependend by the scrollbars max and min.

I Guess a databinding form the textbox.text to cstr(scrollbar.Value)
and another one from Scrollbar.Value to cint(textbox.text) should work
- if possible and no deadlock !?! Is there a way to do so, and if, can
this be done by the Windows FormDesigner or by code only?

Environment:
VB.NET ( VS 2oo3 )
Windows.Forms.TextBox
Windows.Forms.HScrollBar

Any Ideas?
thx.

Jan 28 '06 #1
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