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  1. Re: VB.net (vs 2013) - Most efficient way to open and close forms

    For future reference, please don't edit a post unless that post is wrong. If you want to add something, add it in a new post. If nothing else, it saves us having to scroll back to the top of the...
  2. Re: VB.net (vs 2013) - Most efficient way to open and close forms

    You should use ShowDialog when you want modal dialogue behaviour, but that doesn't mean that it is inherently better than Show. They are different and you should use whichever is appropriate in the...
  3. Re: VB.net (vs 2013) - Most efficient way to open and close forms

    There is no Close event. There's a Close method and there are Closing and Closed events (that should no longer be used) and FormClosing and FormClosed events.

    I mean what Sitten Spynne posted...
  4. Re: VB.net (vs 2013) - Most efficient way to open and close forms

    Not quite. You can still access properties of a disposed form or control. What you can't do is anything that makes use of its Handle, because that is the unmanaged resource that gets released when...
  5. Re: VB.net (vs 2013) - Most efficient way to open and close forms

    That's not wrong in and of itself but it probably doesn't help here. Firstly, while I would tend to recommend against using default instances, there's nothing inherently wrong in doing so. As long...
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