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Old August 20th, 2006, 05:26 PM
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if a have a variable in form1, how can i use that variable on form2??

 
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declare a property for that variable in form1.
Create object of form1 and use property.

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Declare the variable as static in form1. so that you can access it from any form using the form name.

in form1
        public static string var;

from any other form access it as

        form1.var

As it is a static member you can refer to it by class name. Object.reference is not required.





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quote:Originally posted by dzisaacs
 if a have a variable in form1, how can i use that variable on form2??

dev(1);





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