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How to access anothter form's data?

Posted on 1998-10-28
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I would like to know how to access the data of other forms.
e.g. Form1 has the variale abc, how can I get the value of variable abc on Form2?

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waty earned 60 total points
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You have to declare the variables or the procedures as public

Form1 :

Public nAbc     as Integer


Form2 :
   
Private sub toto ()

 Form1.nAbc = 10

End Sub
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by:andersy
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It works!

Thanks!
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