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Help with displaying data from data table to multiple controls

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Hi,

How do I modify the code below to display data from dtFTL.Rows(0) to two Textbox controls.

For example, If I have the following text in dtFTL.Rows(0).

+589  This temperatue

I would like to display the first 4 charcaters (+589) to C1FTLA and the remaining text to C1FTLB.


For Each xnFTL As Xml.XmlNode In xdFTL.SelectNodes("/Root/FTLTable[FTL_ID='" & FTLID & "']")
                    FTLID2 = xnFTL.SelectSingleNode("FTL_ID").InnerText
                    Name = xnFTL.SelectSingleNode("FTL").InnerText
                    dtFTL.Rows.Add({FTLID2, Name})
                Next

C1FTL.Text = dtFTL.Rows(0).Item("FTL")



Thanks.
Victor
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If it will always be the first 4 characters of that string then this should do what you need.

C1FTLA.Text = dtFTL.Rows(0).Item("FTL").SubString(0, 4)
C1FTLB.Text = dtFTL.Rows(0).Item("FTL").SubString(5)

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Thank You, will try it and get back to you,
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Thank You!
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Not a problem, glad to help.
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