Posts tagged "value"

How to Fetch the Checked Value in RadioButtonList Control in WinForm

In this article I will tell you that how to use the RadioButton control as a RadioButtonList control in ASP.NET Winforms. As you know that there is no specific control in place of RadioButtonList. So we use the RadionButton control and do some code so that we can use the RadioControl like a RadioButtonList control. I have taken 4 RadioButton controls in a panel. When you put all the RadioButton Controls in any single Container Control of ASP.NET, in that case the RadioButton control works like a RadioButtonList control. Also one important thing is that, when you want to fetch the selected value then you need to use the container control in which you have put all the RadioButton Controls.

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Inserting Multiple Checked Value from CheckBoxList to DataBase

Our recent post about how to bind a CheckBoxList with database. I hope all you guys have got very useful information. Today i will tell you that how to insert the values that are selected from the CheckboxList. Sometimes we need to select multiple values from the checkbox and we want to save all the selected values in a single column of database table. Also we will learn that how to show again these values in checkboxlist control. I have used C# as front-end and Sqlserver 2008 as back-end.

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How to Split and Merge a String Value

Today we will discuss two main operation that can be performed with String while developing an application in ASP.NET. First let me explain these two terms. Split is the term in which we break a string value to multiple string values. The splitting is performed with a specific separator  value. Suppose we need to split a date like “12-09-2011″. Then in that case the separator values is “-” and after split the string we will save the three different values in different different variables. The another term Merge is the reverse process of Split. Merging the values makes multiple values into a single value. In this article I will discuss these two operation with example.


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