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i want duplicate class that consist of  string and class. I try copy the class  and paste  it to form by using clipboard ,but fail .how to do?thanks.my Code is below.
<Serializable()> _
Public Class Student
    Public FirstName As String
     Public mysubstudent As subStudent
     End Sub
End Class
Public Class subStudent
    Public width As Integer
    Public height As Integer
    Public left As Integer
    Public right As Integer
    Public objectname As String
End Class

Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        Dim emp As Student
        Dim mysub As New subStudent
        emp = New Student
        emp.FirstName = TextBox1.Text
        mysub.width = Button3.Width
        mysub.height = Button3.Height
        mysub.objectname = "Button"
        emp.mysubstudent = mysub
        Dim data_object As New DataObject
        data_object.SetData("Student1", emp)
        Clipboard.SetDataObject(data_object)
   End Sub

    Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles    
           Button2.Click
        Dim emp As Student
        Dim stu As subStudent
        Dim data_object As IDataObject = Clipboard.GetDataObject()
        If data_object.GetDataPresent("Student1") Then
             emp = DirectCast(data_object.GetData("Student1"), Student)
            ' fault here
            T3.Text = emp1.FirstName
            stu.height = emp.mysubstudent.height
            stu.width = emp.mysubstudent.width
            stu.objectname = emp.mysubstudent.objectname
            If stu.objectname = "Button" Then
                Dim mybut As New Button
                mybut.Width = stu.height
                mybut.Height = stu.width
                mybut.Text = "myb"
                mybut.Left = 100
                mybut.Top = 200
            End If
        End If
    End Sub
End Class
how to do it?thanks .
 
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Question by:Cheng_sam
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by:omegaomega
omegaomega earned 70 total points
ID: 22797751
Hello, Cheng sam,

There seem to be a couple of problems in your code.  (Maybe it hasn't been copied correctly in your post.  Otherwise I don't know how you could get it to compile.)
1. There is an extraneous End Sub in your Student class.
2. Your Button2 Click event handler refers to a non-existent variable "emp1" at the point of your error.

I assume that neither of these faults appear in your actual code.  

I think that your actual problem is that your class subStudent is not marked as serializable.  Just add:

<Serializable()> _

in front of the line "Public Class subStudent" and I think you'll be able to move on to the next problem.  (That will be that you haven't yet assigned the variable "stu".)

Cheers,
Randy

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Mike Tomlinson earned 180 total points
ID: 22798140
I agree with omegaomega...marking subStudent as serializable fixes the main problem.

Here I have done some MINOR refactoring of your code:
Public Class Form1
 

    <Serializable()> _

    Public Class Student

        Public FirstName As String

        Public mysubstudent As New subStudent

    End Class
 

    <Serializable()> _

    Public Class subStudent

        Public width As Integer

        Public height As Integer

        Public left As Integer

        Public right As Integer

        Public objectname As String

    End Class
 

    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

        Dim emp As New Student

        emp.FirstName = TextBox1.Text

        emp.mysubstudent.width = Button3.Width

        emp.mysubstudent.height = Button3.Height

        emp.mysubstudent.objectname = "Button"

        Clipboard.SetDataObject(New DataObject("Student1", emp))

    End Sub
 

    Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click

        If Clipboard.ContainsData("Student1") Then

            Dim emp As Student = DirectCast(Clipboard.GetData("Student1"), Student)

            T3.Text = emp.FirstName

            If emp.mysubstudent.objectname = "Button" Then

                Dim mybut As New Button

                mybut.Width = emp.mysubstudent.width

                mybut.Height = emp.mysubstudent.height

                mybut.Text = "myb"

                mybut.Left = 100

                mybut.Top = 200

                Me.Controls.Add(mybut)

            End If

        End If

    End Sub
 

End Class

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by:Cheng_sam
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thank for omegaomega and Idle_Mind.It works good.Idle_Mind give the total code ,so he get more score.Thanks both.
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