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Filtering enums

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I have a DLL say top.dll which has many classes and enums defined in
it.
I hav made a class library which uses this DLL.

There is a Win appln with a form say MainForm. This win appln is using
the above class library.

Now I want to pass some of the enums defined in the top.dll to MainForm
with out giving the complete top.dll.

Is there any way using which the Class library can filter some of the
enums defined in the top.dll and only the required ones be given access
to the main form.

May 16 '06 #1
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I don't think it is possible.
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Stoitcho Goutsev (100)

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I have a DLL say top.dll which has many classes and enums defined in
it.
I hav made a class library which uses this DLL.

There is a Win appln with a form say MainForm. This win appln is using
the above class library.

Now I want to pass some of the enums defined in the top.dll to MainForm
with out giving the complete top.dll.

Is there any way using which the Class library can filter some of the
enums defined in the top.dll and only the required ones be given access
to the main form.

May 16 '06 #2

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