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Calling a void from another windows form.

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Hi,

I'm not too familiar with Visual C++.NET but I have to build a small software. I need to call a void from another windows form.

Lets say we have form1 and form2.

form2 need to access a void from form1 (in short its a refresh void that will refresh the form1)

How I need to declare the void and how I can access it? something bad thought is that I can't use #include "form1.h" because form1 already include the form2.h, and I found that if I include the 1st in the 2nd, I get an error.

I have tried to access the void with NameSpace::form1::voidX but its said that form1 isn't a member of my namespace.



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Svetlin_Panayotov earned 50 total points
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Try
#include "form1.h"
#include "form2.h"
but in stdafx.h.Also if form1.h and form2.h does not start with #pragma once - add this too.

Svetlin
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