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Say I have 2 class
class1, class2
 
in class1
I have assigned a variable value like UserName="Jone"
 
from class2
I want to call the variable value UserName as property
object Name of class1 is cls1
string name=cls1.UserName
when i print name then it will show Jone
How can i do this
Posted 26-Jan-13 0:41am
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Solution 1

In Class1:
public class class1
   {
   ...
   public string UserName { get; set; }
   ...
   }
in your form (or whatever) class:
   class1 oc1 = new class1();
   oc1.UserName = "Jone";
   ...
   Console.WriteLine(oc1.UserName);
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Solution 2

public class Global
{
      public static int global_var1 = 3;
      public static int global_var2 = 5;
}
 
//Now in order to access global_var from anywhere in your program, use the following syntax:
int local_var1 = 0;
 
local_var1 = Global.global_var1;
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Solution 3

public class Class1
   {
      
    public string _CustomerName = "Jone";
    public string CustomerName
    {
        get { return _CustomerName; }
        set { _CustomerName = value; }
    }
   }

 
Now from another class
 
public class Class2
   {
      
      Class1 cls1=new Class1();
      string CustomerName= cls1.CustomerName;
      Document.Write(CustomerName);
   }
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