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This is the error that I am recieving. Can you help me.  I am a student needing tutoring and guidance.  The following errror is the problem in my program on line 35

Error      1      Property or indexer 'string.this[int]' cannot be assigned to -- it is read only      C:\Users\acer\Documents\TitleCase\Default.aspx      35      25      C:\...\TitleCase\

This is what I am trying to accomplish.

I must create a script that takes text that a user enters into a form field and converts it to title case capitalization.  Use a split()  method to split words in the string into an indexed array.  Then create a for loop that uses another split() method that splits each word in the elements of the indexed array into another another indexed array of characters.  Within the for loop, us he ToUpper() method to convert the first element in the second array (which represents the first characters in the word to uppercase) to uppercase, and then use the Join() method to rebuild the array of words in the text string.  Execute a final Join() method to convert the array of words back into a single text strin.  Save the project as TitleCase
TitleCase.zip
assaultkittyAsked:
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Miguel OzSoftware EngineerCommented:
Can you post your code?
Default.aspx.cs does not contain any code:
public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page
{
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

    }
}
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assaultkittyAuthor Commented:
No, i do not have any code in it!  I am not using it.  Do I need to use it.  If so, then where do I start.  I got the HTML code to show.  Can you help?
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Vikram Singh SainiSoftware Engineer cum AD DeveloperCommented:
No, i do not have any code in it!  I am not using it.  Do I need to use it.  If so, then where do I start.  I got the HTML code to show.  Can you help?


Show default.aspx as starting page and declare textbox in default.aspx page. And in Default.aspx.cs file, write code in button submit event hander as follow:

Code in .aspx.cs file:
string value = TextBox1.Text;
string upperValue = System.Globalization.CultureInfo.CurrentCulture.TextInfo.ToTitleCase(value);

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NavneetSoftware EngineerCommented:
Hi!

Create Extension method with vs00asini in codebehind
public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page
{
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

    }

 
}

public static class myString
{
    public static string ToTitleCase(this string Input)
    {
        return System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.TextInfo.ToTitleCase(Input.ToLower());
    }

}

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And use it in your HTML file

enteredText = enteredText.ToTitleCase();

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Thanks!
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Vikram Singh SainiSoftware Engineer cum AD DeveloperCommented:
Comment ID: 37762491 at link Line 33 would be the reason and solution for this problem too.
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assaultkittyAuthor Commented:
I have to really trust the experts.  I did excellent on this project.   Thank you!
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assaultkittyAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much!
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