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Change Between Forms

Posted on 2014-10-17
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Hi folks, I'm studying C++ and I'm having a litle bit of a problem creating the navigation between forms.

I'm using Embarcadero C++ Builder from Borland, and what I'm trying to do is create two forms and "move" between them clicking on a button on each forms.

Any help would be great.

Cheers!
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Question by:Rodric MacOliver
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Assuming that you have created the forms (Form1 and form2) and one is displayed:
Click on the button:
Form2->Show();
Hide();

Same on the other one.
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