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C# ASP.NET Ordering

Posted on 2011-02-13
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I have a list of items that require user to order it by themself.
However, I don't know what control can be easily do the ordering....
you know, if I create a listbox and bound everything in it...
and then create an up down arrow, it will be very time-consuming...

any good method? Thanks!

P.S. I have more than 1000 items that require user to order by themself...
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Hi, You have to use the Tab Order. If you want to ordered the controls in asp.net. Or you have to  use the following code.

int k =0;
controlname.TabIndex = k++;
controlname.TabIndex = k++;
controlname.TabIndex = k++;
controlname.TabIndex = k++;
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thanks!
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