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Open Winform in vb.net

Posted on 2010-11-16
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   Can anyone give me solution To open windows form in vb.net by creating Form object without trigger any Event.My Code Sample Given below it open the form but close witinin second

Module Dotlib2
    Sub main()
        Dim obj1 As New BackUP
        obj1.Show()    
    End Sub
End Module
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kraiven earned 500 total points
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Your obj1 is out of scope at the end of Sub Main. That's why it closes - you need to be doing something with it or maybe return obj1 to the caller. If you want to use the form just within the Sub Main then open it with ShowDialog() rather than Show(), do your work and then close it, this will keep the Sub Main "alive" until you've finished with the form.
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