vb.net Variables

Hi Experts

Passing variables between forms / Function etc

for example
I have a employee xlistpanel showing employee names
I then select the employee and a separate xlistpanel shows supplies allocated to the employee
select the supply and a form (Supply) shows all relevant details for that supply
supply.show()

How do in the supply form see the employee selected id variable and the Supply  selected Id

Hope I make sense
KevinfeeningAsked:
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
When you create the instance variable for the Supply form pass to it the employee in the Constructor that you need.
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KevinfeeningAuthor Commented:
Thanks but new to this

How do you pass the Employee id variable (empid) from the xlist and the Supply id (suppId) from the 2nd xlist to the constructor in the supply form
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi Kevinfeening;

Please see @kaufmed post and article and if you still having issues please post here.
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