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jschell wrote:
 
Obviously a good decision by that person because they are in fact
different.
 
The fact that there seem to be common components between
them is NOT sufficient reason to assume that they are the same. As an example
the fact that Word and Visual Studio both allow me to type text doesn't mean
that those two code bases should be merged.


This is an entirely stupid argument.

You're saying it's ok to have 2 entirely duplicate forms and their code becuase the data they work with is different.


jschell wrote:
The right way is to re-assess the decision to combine them in the first place.
Nothing you have posted here suggests that they should be combined. And in fact
what has been posted would suggest that they should NOT be combined.


Again, same form, same code, different data - There is NO good reason to have 2 identical forms.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is

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