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Default Form Controls

Hi

I have a dynamic form generated by SQL server. At runtime I do not know what the form will look like.

I'm having to itrate through the forms collection to pull out values. I have a mix of radio & text boxes.

Is is possible to determine the type of control from the collection. If not does anyone know how to best (low overhead) differentiate between the control types.

thank

Andy G.





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