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Old September 2nd, 2006, 10:58 PM
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Default C# classes working for multiple forms w/ reseting

I am trying to use a class with all of my [u]windows forms </u>in Visual C#.. I keep having to do

MyStats Stat1 = new MyStats();
and it starts the constructor all over...
I somehow need to just set up one Stat in the memory,
Someone mentioned Statics to me and others said there are no Globals in C#...
Honestly I have no clue I just started programming C# three days ago...

Old September 11th, 2006, 04:45 PM
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a static class is the answer you are looking for. In a C# process, a static member of a class can be access from anywhere within the process. In your example:

public MyStats
  public static MyStats Instance = new MyStats();
  private MyStats()

That is a singleton design pattern. This means that this class can only have one instance and that instance can only be accessed from the MyStats.Instance member.

Hope this helps!

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