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Hi guys, i have a asp.net page with a dynamic number of text fields and a button.

My question is how do i detect in my code behind file that data in one of these text fields has been changed therefore save to the database else do not.

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pls use text box event Textchanged. the code will fire writen under this event when some change text in form.

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