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    How can I increment a number in a Public Shared sub?

    Hi, Iím trying to increment a number each time the user click on a button. My code happens to be in a button that is a Public Shared sub. Because it is a public shared, I canít access the query string in the usual manner like this:

    Response.Redirect("default.aspx?question=1")
    Dim num As String = Request.QueryString("question")

    So I canít use the Query String to increment my number.

    The other trick I tried is to create a public class and set the number in that class. I then retrieve the number back from the class and try to increment it but each time I click on the button, the number resets to the original and does not increment. Hereís what the code looks like.


    objNewNumber.QuestionChanged = newNumber
    newNumber = newNumber + 1
    qDetails = QuestionCatalog.GetQuestion(newNumber)
    TheQuestion.lblTheQuestion.Text = qDetails.Question


    That last piece of code may be a bit confusing but in short, all I want to do is to increment a number each time a user click on my button that is a Public Shared sub.

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    If you want the new value saved, you need to set the member to the new value, not assign to a variable and increment the variable.

    Try this.
    (VB doesn't support ++ increment operator, I assume?)

    objNewNumber.QuestionChanged = objNewNumber.QuestionChanged + 1
    qDetails = QuestionCatalog.GetQuestion(objNewNumber.QuestionChanged)
    TheQuestion.lblTheQuestion.Text = qDetails.Question

    If this post contains any code, I may or may not have tested it. It's probably just example code, so no getting knickers in a bunch over a typo, OK? If it doesn't have basic error checking in it, such as object detection or checking if objects are null before using them, put that in there. I'm giving examples, not typing up your whole app for you. You run code at your own risk.
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