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Default Reflection & Reference

With Reference/Resource is there a way of embedding the .resource file within a folder of my application instead of having it in the main project/executing assembly area. i.e. if I have a folder pertaining to variables, I would like to have that "variables.resource" file within that folder and be able to call it from there instead of calling it from the executing assembly area. So far I am unable to figure out the complete syntax of redirecting
the Assembly.GetExecutingAssebly() which I believe is where the syntax must take place. I am desinging a windows form application and a sample of my code is as follows:


private void Upload_Data( )
{
    Assembly assembly = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly( );

    rm = new ResourceManager("Coding_Corner.variables", assembly);
    this.pBoxReflection.Image = (Image)rm.GetObject("myPicture");
    this.rtxtBoxTitle.Text = rm.GetString("myTitle");
    this.rtxtBoxData.Text = rm.GetString("myData");
}


Any and all help is appreciated. Thank you all in advance.

MikeY


Or maybe a better way of explaining this is that I don't wish to see 100 .resource files at design time, I'd rather put/hide them in their proper folders.


 


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