Re: Gui Query

From: Alan <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 12:12:29 -0500
Message-ID: <a399cv$16mj4t$>

Strange place for a programming homework question, but...

You could just put it on the Windows clipboard (if that is your platform). There are some potential problems, such as it may be replaced by some other app. A variable is probably the way to go, but think about its scope.

"Nitin Sharma" <> wrote in message news:a38a9b$
> Hi
> I am trying to copy the contents of a Text String present on Window 1,
> to a Text String in Window 2 which pops up when a button on Window 1 is
> pressed.
> Storing of the string in Database is not allowed and neither can we put
> string into a flat file, to be read later from the same.
> One possible idea I can think of is to store the string in a variable and
> copy it back from the same variable in the Text box of the new window.
> Does anyone have any better solutions?
> Regards,
> Nitin
Received on Wed Jan 30 2002 - 18:12:29 CET

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