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is a developer with 7 years of experience designing and programming applications in VB, VB.NET, ASP, SQL Server. He is currently working for a software house specialised in the development of B2B web applications. Reach Mauro at mauro@mpt-ltd.com.
For VB-2-the-Max | November 10, 2003
One of the VB6 features that are no longer supported in VB.NET is the automated creation of control arrays by simply copying an existing control as many times as required into an array. There is existing literature in MSDN which illustrates how to create control arrays at run time, but this may not be a suitable approach in all cases. The approach illustrated in this article allows the developer to quickly and easily create control arrays within Form or User Controls, with design-time support.
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