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answered How much effect does the nose design of the plane have?
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revised How dangerous is flying in a single-engine plane?
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comment Displaying values in numerical order
You can use a sort, either a sort built into the language or one your write. An insertion sort will be fine if you're sure you'll never need to sort more than 4 items.
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comment Does a PropertyItem always use Intel byte-order?
System.Drawing.Imaging.PropertyItem, accessed on a bitmap with Image.GetPropertyItem, Image.SetPropertyItem Methods.
Jul
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comment How to take a filename from the text in the TextBox1
What happens when it runs?
Jul
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asked Does a PropertyItem always use Intel byte-order?
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comment What is the best altitude to penetrate a thunderstorm?
Everyone, including airliners. Armored research planes may be an exception. ztresearch.wordpress.com/tag/t-28-storm-penetrating-aircraft
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answered Vb.Net Get Mouse Coordinates from Listview Item
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answered Tackle for catching bass on live bait
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awarded Good Answer
Jul
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answered Finding a right angle in a triangle
Jul
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revised How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
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revised How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
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comment How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
I added the code at the bottom of the question (temporarily). You can remove the closed event handler and form2 will not be reset on subsequent loads from form1. It runs both ways (VS2013).
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accepted How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
Jul
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comment How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
Interesting. If you put me.dispose in the MyForm's closed event, the error does not occur.
Jul
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revised How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
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comment How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
"If you will try to show disposed object then ObjectDisposedException will be thrown." I don't think this is correct. The disposed controls are re-initialized if the form is shown again, and no error occurs.
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asked How should you reload a form and have it re-initialize?
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