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how to change the BackColors of the some controls by using the array

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
i want to change the BackColors of the some controls by using the array. private Color activeGroupBoxColor = Color.AliceBlue; Controls [] controls = new Controls[];         private void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)         {                 Color defFormBackColor = this.BackColor;                 // what should i write here?                 // SetGroupBoxBackColor(-- what code? --)                 // following code makes and error!                 // Control [] control = new Control[];                 // SetGroupBoxBackColor({gbIndividual,gbRelation,gbFamily,gbAddress,gbCard}, activeGroupBoxColor);         }         private void SetGroupBoxBackColor(Control[] controls, Color thisCol)         {          &nbs

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