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Hi
here i need to know How TO call object Form One Class method to another class Method
here situation is as Follows:
This Is One Class
C#
namespace XXX
{
public class YYY
{
 
 public static DataTable table(String query)
        {
            MySqlDataAdapter Adp = new MySqlDataAdapter(query, SqlConnection);
            DataTable dataTable = new DataTable();
            Adp .Fill(dataTable);
            return dataTable;
        }
}
}


Another Class Is
C#
namespace XXX
{
public class ZZZ
{
  public object[] InsertParameters(XXX.yyy device)
{
  Here I should call  "Adp " Object 
}


My Code should be Like this:{Here i need to call above classYYY object)
C#
 public object[] InsertParameters(XXX.yyy device)
{
            Adp .Parameters.AddWithValue("@s", device.s);
            Adp .Parameters.AddWithValue("@f", device.f);
            Adp .Parameters.AddWithValue("@c", device.c);
            Adp .Parameters.AddWithValue("@z", device.z);
}
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Updated 21-Jun-12 1:20am
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It's not possible in the current implementation due the fact that Adp is a variable inside a method... you have make Adp a member of the class and make it public (e.g. inside a public property) if you want to have it available.
 
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