If I pass a value to a form like this.  Does it use the property ?

  private int myVal;
        public int MyVal{ get { return myVal; } set { myVal= value; } }
 public Frm1(int myVal)
          //Do something with myVal

Passing the value like this.....
Frm1 frm1 = new Frm1(AnotherValue);

Or should I use
frm1.MyValue = AnotherValue;
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to use the property you would use thhe frm1.MyValue -- the other way is using the constructor of the form

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