Convert VB to C# ?

Q. Could someone convert the following code into C#???

It's a very simple string parser for counting words in a sentence.....

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/VB_DOT_NET/Q_21285014.html#14364228


Private Sub TextBox1_TextChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles TextBox1.TextChanged
        Dim Count() As String = Split(TextBox1.Text)
        Label1.Text = "Count = " & UBound(Count).ToString
    End Sub
 
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Jesse HouwingScrum Trainer | Microsoft MVP | ALM Ranger | ConsultantCommented:
Bind the event through the properties window, or set it up yourself like so:

TextBox1.TextChanged += new EventHandler(this.TextBox1_TextChanged);

private void TextBox1_TextChanged(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
        string[] count = TextBox1.Text.Split(new char[]{' '});
        Label1.Text = "Count = " + count.Length;
}

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Zamba1Commented:
May I correct here:
Length != UBound

instead of
  Label1.Text = "Count = " + count.Length;
it should be
  Label1.Text = "Count = " + (count.Length-1).ToString();
or
  Label1.Text = "Count = " + (count.GetUpperBound(0)).ToString();




Jesse HouwingScrum Trainer | Microsoft MVP | ALM Ranger | ConsultantCommented:
Doesn't the UBound function in VB.Net add 1 as arrays are 1 based? (at least I thought so). The correct count (eg the number of items in the array) is reflected with the Length property.
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