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If in an MDI application I am having multiple forms and wanna run multiple child forms at same time asynchronously using multi-threading then, is it important to have distinct object names and variable name as all forms are using member of same classes.

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No it is not needed as each form/class has it's own state and data within it.
   
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djrocks0101 27-Aug-12 6:33am
   
Thanks Mehdi Gholam :)
I wanna know one more thing, Is there any other way to run multiple forms asynchronously?
Mehdi Gholam 27-Aug-12 6:43am
   
Use Show() instead of ShowDialog() and each form will run independently.
You probably start your lenthy operation in a separeate worker thread (e.g. using a background worker). Then show your form using ShowDialog() and on completion of the thread close the dialog you are showing.
   

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