I've just started c# having done VB and a bit of c++. I think c# is probably a more viable option than ++, thus here I am.
I've had this problem in a few languages. How do you create an array in code that is linked to an array of text boxes? It's difficult to explain... I want the user to be able to enter certain numbers in a 9 x 9 array - which will be 81 textboxes (or so I plan, any suggestions for alternatives are welcomed), some of the array will not require data entered into it. Then I want those numbers to be taken into a 9 x 9 array within code. But the problem is that you cannot create a loop to do this. Because you must name textboxes like "txt00, txt01, etc", you can't refer to them in a loop within the code.
So what is the best way to get the user to enter numbers into this array whilst still maintaining a reasonable looking interface.