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passing Vaules from one form to another

Posted on 2007-11-23
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Hi guy,
I have been trying to get his to work for most of the day and i am almost there i think but i can work out this last bit, i am trying to pass data from form1 to form2 and then to form3 i have got it from Form1 to form 2 but can get it to work or form 2, as you can see from the Public sub in the code i have got the objects there and need to pass that data to confirmc then i show that
Public Sub bike(ByVal whichbike As PictureBox, ByVal name As Label, ByVal mid As Label, ByVal photo As PictureBox)
 
 
 
        If whichbike.Tag = "" Then
            'whichbike.Image = images.bookedbike.Image
 
            Who.Show()
        Else
            If whichbike.Tag = "1" Then
 
                confirmc.Show()
            End If
        End If
    End Sub
 
End Module

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Question by:awolarczuk
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Jaime Olivares earned 500 total points
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just create some member at each form and copy data to them before calling the form, so you can use as:

confirmc.name = Me.name
confirmc.mid = Me.mid
confirmc.Show()
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by:Asif_Saadat
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create sub in confirmc

Public Sub ShowForm(ByVal data As String)
        Me.Show()
End Sub

and call from anywhere with passing data

confirmc.ShowForm("test")
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by:ScottParker
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I just add public variables to the top of the form class.
then you can reference them on any form.  something like this...
Public Class Form1
    Public _SQLConnectionString As String
bla bla rest of the stuff on that form..

Then to access that field on another form.. just do..

dim bla as string
bla = Form1._SQLConnectionString
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