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DaveyM6911-Mar-13 13:41
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If you want to use Parameters without creating an instance then the methods/properties/fields you are exposing need to be static. If they are all static, then the class should be static too.

You will have a problem with time if you make it static as it will only be set the first time you call it.

This will fix your problems:
C#
public static class Paramaters
{
    public const string MonthDayFormat = "MM/dd";
    public static DateTime Time
    {
        get { return DateTime.Now; }
    }
}

C#
textBox1.Text = Paramaters.Time.ToString(Paramaters.MonthDayFormat);

Dave

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