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VB.NET - Class and form working together

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Wil999Flag for Netherlands asked on
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Hi,

I have a class called ParameterSelection, and a form called frmParameterSelection with a bunch of controls which are needed for the user to make a selection.

What is the best way to let the class work with, and react to the control events on the form?
Should i declare an instance of the class in the form_load event? Or should i declare an instance of the form in the class? I want to have as little code as possible in the form.

When i declare an instance of the form in my class, i can only react on the form events. (not on the form controls events) I don't think it is very pretty to declare each form control (withevents) in the class and pass them in in the constructor.

Hopefully someone has a clear way to do this.

Thanks.
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