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Create many textboxs at runtime

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how can i create many textboxs at runtime by controls.add like use textbox.Index and programming with each of textbox events like TextChange,MouseEvents,...
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create an array of textboxes
dim x as textbox()
and then with the load statement
load another and another... and another...
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you can give some exmaple to create an array with WithEvents. Thanks
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