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use Entre button to jump between two textboxes

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I have two textboxes. Is it possible to use the entre button to jump between the two.
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Question by:Mr_Shaw
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by:ViceroyFizzlebottom
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You should be able to create an event handler method on the button's OnClick event. Inside that method, I believe you could use the "__LASTFOCUS" property to determine which textbox had focus when the button was pressed, and subsequently set the focus to the other text box.
protected void OnClick_EventHandler(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

    string ctrlName = page.Request.Params.Get("__LASTFOCUS");

    Control ctl = Page.FindControl(ctrlName);
 

    if(ctl.GetType() == typeof(TextBox))

    {

        // Here you could make sure the TextBox control

        // is in fact one of the two you wanted, then

        // set the other textbox's focus property

        OtherTextBox.Focus();

    }

}

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by:Mr_Shaw
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Since the enter button will be pressed when the user is in the textbox, should the code not be on the textbox textchanged event.
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ViceroyFizzlebottom earned 500 total points
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Yes, valid point. I guess an even simpler option would be to simply check which text box has data in it inside the event handler and set the other control's focus.

So

if(!String.Empy(TextBoxOne.Text))
{
    TextBoxTwo.Focus();
}
else
    TextBoxOne.Focus();

Would something like that achieve your goal?
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by:Mr_Shaw
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all working

just needed to know about focus()

thanks
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