I am developing a program in Visual Studio 2005. There will be more than 50 forms. I was wondering if it a good idea to initialize all forms in a module and define a Sub Main and show the first form.
in Module InitializeForms
Public frmMain1 as new frmMain
Any suggestions/ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Initializing the forms upfront will take up a lot of memory and possibly increase the start time... even though you have 50 forms if only one or two are going to be up at one time then it (how many forms
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