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Adding Removing Controls On The Runtime and Getting its Values.

Posted By:Hefin Dsouza       Posted Date: August 11, 2009    Points: 10    Category: Windows Form Controls    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

Adding Removing Controls On The Runtime and Getting its Values.


This sample demontrates how to Add Controls on Runtime and how to remove them.
And also how to get values out of an Runtime Created Control.It Also demonstrates how to write event handlers for runtime created controls.

Controls Are Added by The Following Code..

 private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
            j = j + 1;
            TextBox cntrl;
            LinkLabel labl;
            cntrl = new TextBox();
            cntrl.Text = "Text " + i.ToString();
            labl = new LinkLabel();
            labl.Name = "lbl" + j.ToString();
            labl.Text = "Remove Text Box";

            labl.Tag = cntrl;

            labl.Click += new EventHandler(RemoveControl);
            if (i < this.Height)
                cntrl.Location = new Point(0, i);
                labl.Location = new Point(cntrl.Width + 5 , i);
                i = i + cntrl.Height +5;
                MessageBox.Show("Cannot Add more Controls");

Controls Are Removed by the Following Code

        public void RemoveControl(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
                LinkLabel lbls=(LinkLabel)sender;


Values are retrived using the Following Code

     private void button2_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
            foreach (Control ctrl in Controls)
                if (ctrl is TextBox)

Note that The Tag Property of the LinkLable Control is used to Store the information about the control next to it(TextBox) for Removing purpose only.

Regards Hefin Dsouza


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