I am building a UI for an application that has quite a few exclusions, at least that is what I call them. What I mean is that when I select Option 3, Options 12, 14 and Item 5 in ListBoxJ are disabled because the are mutually exclusive of Option 3.
I can do it by coding
ad infinitum for each and every option on my form (currently 17 controls but will grow as the application develops). I am wondering if there is some standard way of dealing with this in the VB
.Net world, or is it just a manual process like I described.
Thanks for any hints.