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i have to store radiobutton event to string array , but how can i do this ?

Posted on 2011-02-15
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i have attached one snapshot . in this i highlited the portion .

now when i click on any one radio button out of 4 and then click on save and view
then it will save the 1c as string ("1c") in my string array, it's for only 1 question

now i have to do it for 3 questions , but how can i do this ?

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by:Dhaest
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Do you want to store it into a datase, textfile, memory ... ?

You can store it easily into a string, separated by a fe ";"

String YourString = "1c;2b";

When you need the values sepated, you can use the split-function

String[] Values = YourString.Split(";");
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in my coding , now i want to store radiobutton checked is true then store it in stringoptions array otherwise not means

stringoptions[0] = "1a"
stringoptions[0] = "2c"
stringoptions[0] = "3b"

how can i do this ?

please refer the attached file ...

Question-Assistant.Designer.cs
Question-Assistant.cs
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If I understand it correctly: you want to store each answer into an array, called stringOptions.

So I think you'll will perform this:
' This will hold the choosen value of question 1
stringoptions[0] = "1a";
' This will hold the choosen value of question 2
stringoptions[1] = "2c";
' This will hold the choosen value of question 3 (for example not yet selected)
stringoptions[1] = "";
' This will hold the choosen value of question 4
stringoptions[1] = "4d";


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