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I have a Text box where the user is going to be allowed to enter a string of codes separated by some delimiter and also they can copy and paste a list of codes from the Excel spreadsheet.  See below example.

4263,4250,44490,22243,22245,4265,
4263
4250
29701
1305
11295
30457
90995,70246,12345,45678,95544

I can get the delimited values into an array using the Split Method, but how would I get the list into the same array.    I need to pass the values one at a time to a stored proc.    I cannot change the stored proc to accept a string of codes as it is used by other processes.

Can someone please help me.  

Thanks.
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Chinmay Patel earned 2000 total points
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I don't have an IDE right now but you can try to split using newline character \n or can use Environment.Newline and see if it works for you.
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I was able to get it to work.
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