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Hello, I have one main form with a text box that needs to be filled by a parameter from a second form (which opens on a button click in form1). Right now I have something that looks like this:

//in form1
private void button1_Click(Object sender, EventArgs e) {
   form2 f2 = new form2();
   f2.Show();
   //looks like I need some kind of system pause here...
   //I tried a system pause and a Console.ReadLine, to no avail
   textBox1.Text = f2.param.ToString();
}

The problem is that f2.param fills the textBox right away, before it can be retrieved from the user on form2. If its not obvious, I'm a little new to C#.
Thanks for the help.
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For one thing, it sounds like you might want to be using the ShowDialog method of fr:

f2.ShowDialog();



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