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good morning

I have two class
1-class Window1 : that contains the tab control added
2-class DesignerCanvas :must add a text in tab control
I then add the following code in the class DesignerCanvas
public  Window1 form;
      public  DesignerCanvas(Window1 form)
     this.form = form;
   public void SendBackward_Executed( object sender, ExecutedRoutedEventArgs e)
         ((Window1)form).tabItem1.Content = "new text"  ;

In class window1 I add the following code
private DesignerCanvas test = new DesignerCanvas();

and in the method public window1 I add:
public Window1()
           test.form = this;
         //here is the error
           test.SendBackward_Executed(object sender , System.Windows.Input.ExecutedRoutedEventArgs e);


is there any other way to call the method??
Updated 11-Jan-13 1:29am

1 solution

Even the first two lines of code won't compile, due to some code garbage in a very first line. Remove gibberish from the code and then ask a question. But there are no any hassles to call anything from "other class": it's just the matter of access modifiers and, more importantly, proper design of the code.

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