The above line will cause this error: Value of type 'String' cannot be converted to 'System.Windows.Forms.TextBox'. Can easily be fixed by setting the .Text of the TextBox as the String, and not the TextBox it's self.
TextBox1.Text = ""
Without your code that generates the error, it is difficult for someone to exactly recreate it.
i have a problem in my array.. it says "Index was outside the bounds of the arrays"
what is the error handled in that problem?
here is my code
For i As Integer = 0 To 3
If i = 0 And skillset(i).ToString <> vbNullString Then
txtSkills1.Text = skillset(i).ToString
If i = 1 And skillset(i).ToString <> vbNullString Then
txtSkills2.Text = skillset(i).ToString
If i = 2 And skillset(i).ToString <> vbNullString Then
txtSkills3.Text = skillset(i).ToString
If i = 3 And skillset(i).ToString <> vbNullString Then
txtSkills4.Text = skillset(i).ToString
Ok. With the above posted code, using MsgBox(arTemp(0)) , you will get "one", MsgBox(arTemp(1)) will get you "two", and MsgBox(arTemp(2)) will get you "three" from the arTemp String Array.
.Since in my code I had MsgBox(arTemp(3)) , that Array does not exist in arTemp, which should return a "four", therefore you get the error of "Index was outside the bounds of the Array".
Basically saying, that error will let you know when you are trying to locate something that is not there, it is "outside the bounds", bounds meaning Array length/count.
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