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Head scratching with a TargetParameterCountException

Ever introduced an extra parameter on a method, tracked all its usages and made the compiler happy by providing a corresponding extra argument in all the calls of that method?

Sure you have. Either that or removed a parameter from a method.

You just change the signature of the method,

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How to find all instantiated forms in your project at run time – Take two

Boy, do I feel stupid!

As David pointed out in the comments to take one of this subject, there is a much easier way to get all the instantiated forms at run time:

Forgot all about Screen.CustomForms existence. And it’s been there since at least D5…

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How to find all instantiated forms in your project at run time

For reasons quite unfathomable by me, you would like to get your hands on a list of all forms in your project. [1]

But wait. Do you want this at design time? Or at run time?

Oh, at run time. Pfffew. Ok. I can do that.

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