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send data when calling methods

Posted on 2009-07-04
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hi all,

I need to send a string when calling another method - something similar to events (sender, e)

thanks

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by:iUsername
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I have to admit I don't really understand the question.

Do you want to send a string as a parameter to another method ?!?!
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by:ingprokop
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exactly...
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abel earned 500 total points
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What about:

// in your class
public void takeSomeString(string myString)
{
   // do something with the string
   System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine(myString);
}
 
// in your form_load or whatever call it like this
 
takeSomeString("some string here");
 
// or like this:
 
string justAString = "hello world";
takeSomeString(justAString);

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by:ingprokop
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ah great, that's what I needed...
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