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Fields to store SelctedNode C#

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Hi,
Currently I have SelctedNode.Name and SelctedNode.Tag to store 2 fields I want to use later on.
But now i have a 3rd text field I want to store it.
Is there another function in SelctedNode. I can use or I can use the SelctedNode.Name again in another way?
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u can use the .Tag property to store it as an array like

node.Tag = new object[]{valuetostore1,valuetostore2,valuetostore3};

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Thanks for the prompt reply.
So how can i access to the individual tag?
Cos when i tried to access to the individual array it prompts an error.
"treeview.SelectedNode.Tag[0].ToString();"
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((object[])treeview.SelectedNode.Tag)[0].ToString();

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Thanks, exactly what I was looking for.
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