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Discussion in 'C#' started by Nirmal, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. Nirmal

    Nirmal New Member

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    I have a two forms in C# windows application .I want to control the component from first form the control are placed in second form?
     
  2. moonface

    moonface New Member

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    I think you shoud just type if you want to control form 1 to form2
    type form2.show
    me.hide
     
  3. imported_Troy

    imported_Troy New Member

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    Okay, take the constructor of the second form and make it:
    Code:
    FirstForm firstForm;
    public SecondForm(FirstForm _first) {
    firstForm = _first;
    }
    
    // do whatever to firstForm's controls. (Make sure the controls or whatever you are accessing is public.)
    
    Now when you declare SecondForm in FirstForm, use it like this:
    Code:
    void ShowSecondForm() {
    SecondForm sf = new SecondForm(this);
    sf.Show();
    }
    
    There you go. I hope that's what you wanted.
     
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    jaunjbaker New Member

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    It would be nice if you provide some more information about C# windows application.
     

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