Dialog return values


I created a modal dialog with OK and Cancel buttons.  Inside the dialog, I call the Close() function to close the dialog.  But when I inspect the return value (see code below), it comes back as Cancel, even though I clicked on the OK button.

Password pwDlg = new Password();
System.Windows.Forms.DialogResult reply = pwDlg.ShowDialog(this);
if ( reply == System.Windows.Forms.DialogResult.OK )
    // do something

By this I mean that the value of the reply variable is "Cancel".

Am I missing something?  Should I be associating a button object with the some property so this built-in functionality works?

Thanks for the help.
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In the Dialog from(Password form), select the Kk button and set its DialogResult property to Ok. Like that for Cancel button set its DialogResult property to Cancel.

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Oops.. not KK, Ok. Sorry for that...

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