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A second download was moved to the University of Chicago Law School's research repository, and is available through links below. The archive contains all of the content found on the website, including PDFs of the volumes, indexes, and all of the manuscripts. On May 15, 2013 the online version of the Journal was relaunched. All 12 volumes of the Sturm edition of the journal were moved from the University of Chicago's online repository to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) and are accessible through links below.Q: Preventing Removing items from dropdown list c# I have a listbox that is populated by the content of a database. My code to display items is below: foreach (DataRow item in db.MyData.Rows) { listBox1.Items.Add(item["myName"].ToString()); } I have a button that opens a dialog box, where the user can select an item from the listbox1. The button can be deleted, which i'm trying to prevent. I've tried using the below: foreach (DataRow item in listBox1.Items) { if (listBox1.SelectedItem == null) { listBox1.Items.RemoveAt(0); } } I thought i could do this since i was removing item 0 from the list, but the dialog box displays as soon as I type an item into the listbox. A: It appears that you may be trying to go against the GUI pattern which is to show the UI only when something of consequence happens. This does not seem to be the case with your question, but if this is the case please look into why you are using a modal dialog instead of using a normal form. What you can do is not allow the user to delete the listbox in the first place. If you want to do this from the button then you can set the


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