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    creating multiple object dynamicly

    i have build a project that can view multiples computer client's screen. but currently i need to declare one object for each client and set the ip of the client staticly.
    can i use loop to create an object? how to do it..currently, this is my code for each client on my networks.


    Dim mjpegSource1 As New MJPEGStream("http://192.168.1.50:2097/video.cgi")
    VideoSourcePlayer1.VideoSource = mjpegSource1
    VideoSourcePlayer1.Start()

    Dim mjpegSource2 As New MJPEGStream("http://192.168.1.50:2097/video.cgi")
    VideoSourcePlayer2.VideoSource = mjpegSource2
    VideoSourcePlayer2.Start()

    Dim mjpegSource3 As New MJPEGStream("http://192.168.1.50:2097/video.cgi")
    VideoSourcePlayer3.VideoSource = mjpegSource3
    VideoSourcePlayer3.Start()

    Dim mjpegSource4 As New MJPEGStream("http://192.168.1.50:2097/video.cgi")
    VideoSourcePlayer4.VideoSource = mjpegSource4
    VideoSourcePlayer4.Start()

    please help...im using .net framework 3.5 and that object had come from AForge.Video

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    Re: creating multiple object dynamicly

    Moved from the CodeBank (which is for sharing code rather than posting questions )

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    Re: creating multiple object dynamicly

    Quote Originally Posted by syedkamal92 View Post
    can i use loop to create an object?
    Yes you can use a loop in combination with an array of video sources. You enumerate the video sources and for each one you instantiate a new MJPEGStream object and add that to a list or collection.
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