An easy way is to only pass one string that is the full query.
You simply construct it by using variables in C# to read the input and then adding it to the query string.
You might have to add brackets and commas to the query string after the variables have been added.
Applications run, class libraries don't. You can create an "exe" that will load your class-library and then shows your Form1.
Is there a particular reason why your project needs to be a class-library? If not, you can simply change the project type by changing the properties of the project. (Right click on your projectname in the solution-explorer, click properties, open the tabpage "Application" and change the "Output type" to "Windows Application")
Create a new application, reference your class-library and start your form from there.
1. Start Visual Studio
2. Open your project (Ctrl-Shift-O)
3. Go to the solution-explorer (Ctrl-Alt-L)
4. Right-click with your mouse on the node called "References".
5. From the popupmenu, select "Add Reference"
6. Go to the tabpage called "Browse", and locate your "assembly.dll" file.
Now you got the reference to the assembly, and you're set up to use any Forms defined in that library in your application.
You can "use" libraries in your project, you just can't "start" them like you would start, say, Microsoft Word.
I need to use class library as i need to generate html to pdf.
if I'm not wrong then you are splitting a wrong char ';'
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