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First off, you should think more modularly; don't have the method accept the StreamReader, have it accept an IEnumerable of strings.
Secondly, don't have it accept the Dictionary and return void; have it return the Dictionary.
You are right in all but in this case I am creating multiple controls from the same user control. The user control has just one txtFirstName but when users sets total_adults=5 in Form1 then five txtFirstName controls will be created on the Form2
Thats why I am asking how can I change the property class to return the value and from Form2 I need when clicking Save to save read the value of all fives txtFirstName controls.
Hi, I have made a program to compare the pages of 2 books using the overloading concept. But i m not sure that is correct or not. Please see my code and tell me whether my program is logically correct or not based on the concept..
Hey rob, i thought better to compare the no. of pages of the books .. But if i compile this it wont print the message.( I m new to this overloading concept). What do you suggest how it should be then ??