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vb.net pause, get a value then continue with the execution

Posted on 2014-10-09
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I have the following partial code:

Public Class Form1

    Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

        Dim cnn As SqlConnection = New SqlConnection
        frmInput.Show()
        Dim strUserOption As String = fnGetUserOption()

        Try
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    End Sub

    Private Function fnGetUserOption() As String
        Dim userInput As New GetUserInputMME
        Return userInput.InputVal
    End Function

Question: How do I pause and restart the code execution when the form frmInput opens up and then closes?

Form frmInput has a listbox on it to allow the user to choose an option from it and then click on btnContinue.

The code in this form is:
Public Class frmInput
    Private Sub btnContinue_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles btnContinue.Click

        Dim userInput As New GetUserInputMME
        '
        'MessageBox.Show(userInput.InputVal)

        For l_index As Integer = 0 To ListBox1.Items.Count - 1
            'If ListBox1(l_index).SelectedItem Then
            'Dim l_text As String = CStr(ListBox1.Items(l_index))
            userInput.InputVal = "xyz" = userInput.InputVal
            ' End If
        Next
    End Sub
End Class

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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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You want to use ShowDialog instead of Show.

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Kyle Abrahams earned 400 total points
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frmInput.ShowDialog()

Will freeze the execution and wait for it to close.

Then you just need a public variable on form one or create a
public static class and assign the variable.

eg:

public static class SharedVars

public Static UserInput as String

end class


Then in your Dialog:

SharedVars.UserInput = "xyz"

then in your form1
SharedVars.UserInput
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