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Default Let user make forms and controls


I've been wondering for a wile now if its possible to make an application were the user can make a form by inputting data in variables this by using VB.net

The user gets a dataset and below a button make form

varname ! Description ! Default value ! Max length ! typeval
strTest ! Length ! 100 ! 7 char ! String

If the user clicks on the command button it will make a form with a textbox (because of the string value) 7 charters long with a label in the label Value length. And the default value in the textbox will be 100

Is this possible?
Can someone direct me to help files, books where I can find examples of this or something like it?


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