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Hi Experts

How can i see (if i can) the Global Varible (All) thet in the project with "Watch Windows".
My problem that i don't know the names of all varible,
and i want to know all varible in project scope.

thanks.

alon.
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by:nahumd
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You can use the "object browser" to see that.
Pause the program, go to the visual basic environment, press right click and choose the object browser.
there you have all the global parameters, and additional things as well.
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by:nahumd
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you have all the global variables definitions there, but not their values.
Find out which variable you are looking for, press right click and choose "view definition", and then you can choose to add it to the watch window.
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by:Alon10009
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Yep, thanks But...

i have classes, and i want to see with "Watch Windows" like i can see all the forms, if a put 'Forms' in "Watch Windows" with the right Contect (All Modules), (All Procedures).
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nahumd earned 1200 total points
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The 'Forms' shows you the forms collection.
The forms collection is a collection that is maintained automatically by VB behind the scenes. If you want a similar collection to your classes and global variables, you will have to do it manually.
I dont know about a similar auto-updated collection that holds the global variables.
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by:Éric Moreau
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give a try to the Locals window (from the View menu).
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