How do I add contents of a column from an access database to different tetboxes?

Currently I am querying a column in a database by               "SELECT [First Name] FROM [Player] WHERE [Team]=2000";
When viewing the results with this command                        " MessageBox.Show(Convert.ToString(dbReader.GetValue(0)));"

everything works fine and I get different messageboxes for each name. (John, Terry, Chris, Jared, all in different messageboxes)
but how can I put these values in different textboxes? Any help would be great. Thanks
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You must loop through the values and get a collection of name. From that collection, you can fill the text box.
zstafaAuthor Commented:
Could you be a little more specific please. All of the values I want are in dbReader.GetValue(0) according to MessageBox.Show. Thanks alot for your help.
For example, if you are using arraylist, then you can loop throguh all the elements in dbreader and add those into an arraylist. For eg.

ArrayList al = new ArrayLsit();

Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:

  It's will be better to use ComboBox or ListBox for this task, because these controls best used to show more than record for the same field, if you would to use different fields, then use TextBox

      while( dbReader.Read())


but if you still would like to use TextBox to display the values, then build them in runtime
as following:

      int i = 0;
      while( dbReader.Read())
            TextBox txt = new TextBox();                        
            txt.Text =dbReader.GetValue(0).ToString();
            txt.Top = i;
            i = i + 20;



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