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currently i am creating dynamic menu in my application , for this i want to convert list of toolstripmenuitem into toolstripitemcollections , but how can i do this ??

please refer the below code ..
List<ToolStripMenuItem> menuItems = new List<ToolStripMenuItem>();

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now i want to convert above list of toolstripmenuitem in to toolstripitemcollections , but how can i do this ??
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Question by:Parth48
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by:angus_young_acdc
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Not sure I follow what it is you are after, can you explain in some more detail please about what you hope to achieve?
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but how can i convert it into toolstripitemcollections ??
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by:Parth48
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it's actually needed when u add items to the menustrip ...

please refer the below code ...

MenuStrip menuItems = new MenuStrip();

menuitems.Items.AddRange(toolstripitemcollections);

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referring above code i have to need toolstripitemcollections class ...

what can i do now ??
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It should be something like this:

List<ToolStripMenuItem> menuItems = new List<ToolStripMenuItem>();
ToolStrip yourToolStrip = new ToolStrip();

//  ... your code to add ToolStripMenuItem's

ToolStripItemCollection stripCol = new ToolStripItemCollection(yourToolStrip, menuItems.ToArray());

// Or, if the ToolStripItemCollection is already created
stripCol.AddRange(menuItems.ToArray());

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