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VB.NET Get Selected Indexes of ListBox on MultiSelection

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How do you loop through and get the index of the listbox of each item selected?  Haven't found a clear example.  All examples I've found get me the text and I want the numerical value as I need to pass that to an array to pull some value.
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If  you require this task for a Win form App, you can use: listbox's selectedindices property.
then you can convert this collection property to an integer array or use it directly.
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That link helped which got me to this

 For Each Index In ListBox1.SelectedIndices
            TextBox2.Text &= Index.ToString() & " "
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I found it at this link
http://www.java2s.com/Tutorial/VB/0260__GUI/GetselectedindicesinaListBox.htm
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