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hello, i'm new to forms and am having some difficulties.  Basically my situation is that i have a 2 dimensional array of TextBoxes, and for each one i need to have an event, so for instance:

TextBox[,] TextArray = new TextBox[10,10];
for(int i=0; i<10; i++)
{
  for(int j=0; j<10; j++)
  {
    this.TextArray[i,j].MouseEnter += new System.EventHandler(this.comp_Hover);
  }
}

the problem is, the comp_Hover method has no idea which TextBox triggered the event, i need some way to convey the information that it was specifically TextArray[i,j] which triggered the event, and i dont know how to do this. Any Suggestions??
Thanks for any help...
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The first parameter of comp_Hover function is object sender. This is textbox which triggers event:

if ( sender == TextArray[0][0] )
    // 0, 0 is sendre
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by:saneman
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thanks alot....i did mention i was new at this right :P
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