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abbreviate class and method in C #

Hi,

I use this to reduce code.
var csx= string.Format("csv_{0:00}_{1:00}", m, h);
var ch2 = this.chart2_7.ChartAreas[0];
VarClas VC=new VarClas();

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How to reduce code in this case?
My app have a class called VarClas.cs and inside have a method called
public class keisoku 
{
            public static double f2_nUD_D1;
            public static double f2_nUD_D2;
            public static double f2_nUD_D3;
            public static double f2_nUD_D4;
            public static double f2_nUD_D5;
            public static double f2_nUD_D6;
}

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Thanks in advance,
ocaccy
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AndyAinscowCommented:
Do you mean like this:
public class keisoku
{
            public static double f2_nUD_D[6];
}

Note this uses an array instead of six variables - you would need to rewrite the code that calls this function
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Fernando SotoRetiredCommented:
Hi ocaccy;

You can create a Dictionary object which uses a Key/Value pair. Using the key value as the Key in which to store a value and using the Value to store the value for the key as shown below.

// Create a Dictionary which will hold the value of f2_nUD_DX where X is the Key of the Dictionary
var f2_nUD_D = new Dictionary<int, double>() {{1, 0.0}, {2, 0.0}, {3, 0.0}, {4, 0.0}, {5, 0.0}, {6, 0.0}};

// Then to modify the values you can do the following, modify f2_nUD_D3 as follows
f2_nUD_D[3] = 12.76;

// To get the value in f2_nUD_D3 you can do the following
var d3 = f2_nUD_D[3];

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ocaccyAuthor Commented:
Andy and Fernando, Great!

Now; how to call this VarClas.Keisoku.f2_nUD_D[x] in another class reducing VarClass.keisoku to VCK?
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