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Public variable

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968 Sep 6,2002 12:11 PM Sep 7,2002 02:28 AM Windows Forms 1
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Jassim Rahma
Asked On September 6, 2002 12:11 PM

How can I assign a public variable which is in form A to be available in all forms. Variables are a database variables like user name, password and user group?

Clay Burch [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 7, 2002 02:28 AM

One way you might do this is to add a public static (Shared in VB.Net) member to your class. Then you can access this member from any place in your application using Classname.MemberName. 'VB declaration within the class Form1 Public Shared UserName As String .... 'whereever you need to use it Form1.UserName = "somename" .... If name = Form1.UserName Then .... //declaration in C# public static string UserName;


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