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c# validation on combo boxes

Posted on 2014-01-12
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Hi,

I have 4 combo boxes

the default value is "-- Please Select --", i want a validation that says

1) Only one can be set NOT to  "-- Please Select --" the rest 3 have TO be set to  "-- Please Select --"

Please help

Thanks

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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I think you should look for some control alternative like this:
a combo box with a "tree-view" like display
http://www.brad-smith.info/blog/archives/104
will be easier for the user, I would say?
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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Dim count As Integer

            count = CInt(ComboBox1.Text = "-- Please Select --")
            count += CInt(ComboBox2.Text = "-- Please Select --")
            count += CInt(ComboBox3.Text = "-- Please Select --")
            count += CInt(ComboBox4.Text = "-- Please Select --")

            If count <> -3 Then
                  MessageBox.Show("Bad")
            End If
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