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How can I store the value of the variables which are under Button_Click event, so that I can use that value again for another Button_Click event ?
Posted 22-Nov-12 2:18am
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Anele Ngqandu at 22-Nov-12 8:21am
   
Have you tried sessions?
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Solution 1

That depends on the environment you are in.
The procedure for WinForms is very different from the procedure for a web site.
 
For WinForms, all you need to do is move teh definition to class level, so it is not within the click event handler:
private int myInt = 6;
private void myButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    myInt++;
    }
 
For Web, it is a bit more complex, because class variables are not maintained after a page is loaded to the client (and they will all be reset before a post back). In this case, use the Session:
   int myInt = Session["MyInt"];
...
   myInt++;
...
   Session["MyInt"] = myInt;
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Krunal R at 22-Nov-12 8:31am
   
Thanks mate, but I have solved this myself :)
Madhuri Patil at 22-Nov-12 9:01am
   
If you solved it then just accept solution/or add your solution and accept it.
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Solution 2

   // one button click
Session["op1"] = op1;
Session["op2"] = op2;
Session["op"] = op;
 
//another button click event
op1 = int.Parse(Session["op1"].ToString());
            op2 = int.Parse(Session["op2"].ToString());
            op = Session["op"].ToString();
 
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