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working with 2 project in 1 solution

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Solution  WindowsApplication1
    --Project1
           clsA.vb
           clsB.vb
            Form1B.vb
    --Project2
           clsC.vb
           Form1B.vb
Public Class clsA
  Public x As Integer
End Class

Public Class Form1
    Private Sub anySub()
       Dim y As New Integer
       'i m trying to set clsA.x = y
    End Sub
End Class      
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Question by:sayeth
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Not sure what your looking for, but when using multiple projects, you need to add references between them.  Usually from your "host" project, you would add a reference to the "client" project, but you may need to reference both to each other.  Do this by right clicking on the project in solution explorer and click Add Reference.  Then choose the project from the Projects tab.
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