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Visual Basic: Comparing ListBoxes

 
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I have 2 ListBoxes.  ListBox1 is populated with 5 selected numbers from a CheckedListBox(LotteryBox) and ListBox2 is populated with random numbers 1-99.  I want to find a way to verify if the numbers in the two ListBoxes match.  For Example, if they matched one number.  It'll say "You've matched one number".  and so on.  I think I'm on the right path with:



But how do I differentiate between the five numbers selected in the LotteryBox?
 
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Can you make the selected items in each of the boxes into a collection and do anything like this on it? That will avoid your having to iterate the box 5×.

Duplicating discussion in our VB forum.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Can you make the selected items in each of the boxes into a collection and do anything like this on it? That will avoid your having to iterate the box 5×.

Duplicating discussion in our VB forum.



I'm not real sure how to to that.  Here's the entire code:

 
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I tried to create a collection, as suggested.  I received an error stating that Unable to cast object of type 'System.Int32' to type 'System.Windows.Forms.Control'


 
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