C# - Call method from another class with shortened name.

Hi.

Inside the class amazon.cs, have this:
public class keisoku
{
            public static double f2_nUD_D[6];
}

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How to call this amazon.keisoku.f2_nUD_D[x] in another class with amazon.keisoku shortened to  amk?
amk.f2_nUD_D[x]

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
make a class in the current namepace that amk which calls amazon.keisoku
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Vel EousResearch & Development ManagerCommented:
You can use a 'using' directive alias:

namespace ConsoleApplication1
{
    using amk = AmazonCs.SubNamespace.AnotherSubNamespace.keisoku;

    internal class Program
    {
        private static void Main()
        {
            var buffer = amk.buffer;
        }
    }
}

namespace AmazonCs.SubNamespace.AnotherSubNamespace
{
    public unsafe struct f2_NUD_D
    {
        public fixed double buffer [6];
    }

    public class keisoku
    {
        public static f2_NUD_D buffer;
    }
}

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toakkiyadavCommented:
Agree with Tchuki.

alias should work here.

For your problem:
using amk = namespace.Amazon.keisoku;

....
amk.f2_nUD_D

thanks
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ocaccyAuthor Commented:
Amazing !
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