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    Hi could anyone offer any advice? i've created a visual studio website as part of my course done it all including coding but im stuck with one bit.

    basically ive got a Button2 on Default.aspx that i want to transfer all the items from ListBox1 to ListBox2 on a different page (basket.aspx)

    the only coding for this ive got so far is;

    Protected Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click

    End Sub

    this basically only moves from Default.aspx to basket aspx :rolleyes:

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    While I know very little asp(x), then if I was doing it in PHP, I would either use a form to submit from default to basket.aspx (HTML and PHP on the basket page), or if this wasn't an option or you can't do that is aspx, then the easiest way would be to get the values entered in ListBox1, and put it as a GET data in the URL (so your redirect reads Response.Redirect("basket.aspx?v alue1=x&value2=y&...&valuen=z")


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