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What is the use of the SetDirty() method in CalcQuick?

The SetDirty() method recalculates all the formulas once again in the CalcQuick. This method is mainly used for performing the calculations when the formula’s argument values are changed. So the SetDirty() method needs to be called for every calculation. For more details, refer the given link: About CalcQuickBase

The following screenshots are provided for better understanding,

Calculations without SetDirty()

Figure 1: Initial Calculation

 

Figure 2: Value 2 has been changed

Calculating with SetDirty()

 

Figure 3: Output

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5134 06/05/2015 06/05/2015 Windows Forms Calculate
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