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My Own DateTimePicker Class, Access to Form Properties

My Own DateTimePicker Class, Access to Form Properties

My Own DateTimePicker Class, Access to Form Properties

I'm creating my own DateTimePicker class inheriting the Windows form DateTimePicker. I would like the events I have in the class to respond differently depending on a property of the form which can be changed during the life of the form. How do I get this to work? I see that I can use the Find Form to get a reference to the form containing the control and maybe get the value of the form property that way. Would this work and would I have to do that every time an event is fired or is there another way?

Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

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