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Page level variables and style

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Making my first ASP.NET/C# program which utilizes three ASP.NET Calendar controls and allows the user to choose the year/month from dropdown lists and then adjusts the three calendars accordingly.  i.e. if the user chooses August, Calendar1 will be June, Calendar2 will be July, and Calendar3 will  be August, and then pulling dates of events from an SQL database and changing the colors of days on the calendars of the days.I got it working like I want it --- the program fulfills its function.  However, the code is absolutely horrible and hard to follow.  I want to learn some good style and clean it up, but I'm not even sure where to begin.  For starters, I had to pretty much declare every variable throughout the program at page level and static, otherwise the values were getting reset to 0 and blank upon postback.  So the top of my code looks like: public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page { public static String selectedclient; public static int selectedyear; public static int selectedmonthminus2; public static int selectedmonthminus1; public static int selectedmonth; public static String selectedyearstring; public static String selectedmonthminus2string; public static String selectedmonthminus1string; public static String selectedm

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