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Am building windows form application using VS2010.
I created a class that generate patientNo.
Now am testing to see if the class is functioning as expected , using message box to dispaly
patientNo.
when i run the application and set Gender from a combobox and click on the generate
Button, i got an error: null reference exception point to the variable reading selectedvalue from the combobox. pls help
here is the code:
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Mike Tomlinson earned 1000 total points
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You could check for null like this:

    if (comboBox2.SelectedValue != null)
    {
        // ... rest of your code ...
    }
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