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Hello again. I have new problem with classes. Its about scope.. I have class, that holds character info, str, dex, int etc. I have few forms, main and shop for example. How can i make object, that is visible EVERYwhere.. class props, money, exp, str,stamina... form1 class object = new class(); object.money = 100; ShopForm shopfrm = new ShopForm(); shopfrm.Show(); form2 object.money -= 10; I cant make it so, that form1 knows about these changes.. This has something to do with "out". I know, that i have to pass the object as reference, so i can edit THE object.. But how do i do that?

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