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How can I have constants accessible from any part of my application?

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Hi,

I need to have some constants in my application that I can access from any form within the application.

Thanks.
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create a static class with static members:

public static class MyConstants
{
     public static float PI = 3.1416;
}

So you can access as MyContants.PI
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Thank you so much. You are very helpful.




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