Passing data between two Forms in WinForms

Yes, WinForms is an older technology, and no, there’s nothing particularly sexy about it. But it works and it’s quick to spin up a new program. Many businesses still have legacy apps built with it, and its drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to use in a classroom setting too. True to its name, most things you do in WinForms revolve around Forms, and the creation of multiple Forms for performing different functions. Functions like collecting data from the user, or displaying a record from the database for the user to edit. After the user enters the requested data, »