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QuestionMethod, Class, Object Reference PinmemberC-P-User-312-Nov-12 11:31 
Why does my attempt to use a method called "Start_Data_Command_04" in this file produce the stated error ? (I'll list the error immediately after the code)
 
File Name: Form1.cs
namespace George_Washington
{
    public partial class Form1 : Form
    {
    ///Lots of other stuff
    ///
     ///

 
        /* *************************************************************************** *
         *  This button Will Start The Data Flood                                      *
         * *************************************************************************** */
 
        void Button4_Start_Data_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called.Start_Data_Command_04(); ////Error Is here

        }
    }
}
Quote:
Error 2 An object reference is required for the non-static field, method, or property 'SerialPortPractice_03.The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called.Start_Data_Command_04()'

The method named "Start_Data_Command_04" is located in this file, and produces an error (no clue if they are related) of its own...
 
File name: The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called.cs
namespace George_Washington
{
    public class The_User_Clicked_A_Button_Called
    {
        internal void Start_Data_Command_04()
        {
            UART.send_command 
                (////The Error Is Flagged right here
                Protocol_Packets_01.BARN_Command_04_Start_Data_Flood,
                0,
                Protocol_Packets_01.BARN_Command_04_Start_Data_Flood.Length
                )
                ;
        }
    }
}
 
Quote:
Error 1 An object reference is required for the non-static field, method, or property 'SerialPortPractice_03.UART.send_command(byte[], int, int)'

 
No matter what word I put in front of the method; e.g., internal, private, public, static, whatever; I still get an error.
 

The actual method in question is here
File Name: UART.cs
namespace George_Washington
{
    class UART
    {
    
        public void send_command(byte[] The_Byte_Array, int Starting_Place, int Length)
        {
            The_Serial_Port_We_Are_Testing.Write(
                                                 The_Byte_Array, 
                                                 Starting_Place, 
                                                 Length
                                                 )
                                                 ;
        }
 
    
    }
 
}

AnswerRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon12-Nov-12 11:49 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinmemberC-P-User-312-Nov-12 14:19 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon12-Nov-12 21:15 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinmemberJ4amieC12-Nov-12 22:36 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon12-Nov-12 23:11 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinmemberSimon_Whale12-Nov-12 23:06 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinmemberMarcus Kramer13-Nov-12 4:49 
GeneralRe: Method, Class, Object Reference PinmemberC-P-User-313-Nov-12 9:06 

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