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Pass a control to a class

Posted on 2011-09-16
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I have a button with the ID "Button1" on a web page.  I want to pass it to a Class that determines if the user has the rights to view it.  If not, then I want to set visible=false.
How do I pass a control to a Class?
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Something like:

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MyClass NewMyClass = new MyClass();

NewMyClass.CheckPermission(Button1);

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public class MyClass
{
    public MyClass() {}

    public void CheckPermission(LinkButton In)
    {
        if (/* Some Test*/) In.Visible = true; else In.Visible = false;
    }
}
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