Re: Dim as Object or Recordset
From: Randy Birch (rgb_removethis_at_mvps.org)
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2004 23:53:23 -0500
Now, you know what I mean <g>. And while a form may be a class it does not
have to be thought of as such (or I might have left VB years ago). I
actually have precisely 3 classes I use in my apps ... one for popup menus,
one for the terrific htmlhelp class for chm help files, and one for a
special slide-in toolbar I use in my for-release-some-day tools for VB devs.
In fact <scanning> my working folders I find only 79 files ending with .cls,
of which most are duplicates (minor tweaks) of about 11 class files. I do
not develop usercontrols or dlls either.
-- Randy Birch MVP Visual Basic http://vbnet.mvps.org/ Please respond only to the newsgroups so all can benefit. "Jim Carlock" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:#wT#xkNAEHA.2480@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl... : <g> : : I'm under the impression a Form is a class. Setting a property : for a form is pretty much creating a property for a class. I guess : some folks don't use forms. I wish I was that good. And I'm : thinking indirectly, adding a public function to a form is the : same as adding a method to a class. : : I must say, I fall into Randy's 175%. <g> : : -- : Jim Carlock : http://www.microcosmotalk.com/ : Post replies to the newsgroup. : : : "Bob O`Bob" <email@example.com> wrote in message : news:40455C3C.67B6@yahoogroups.com... : Randy Birch wrote: : > : > Thanks guys. I'm one of the 75% of VB devs that don't use (or have use : for) : > classes, and I don't do late-bound VBA programming, so my intentional : > interaction with objects and the workings beneath the hood is limited. : : : 75%? Do you recall whose number that is? : One of the self-selected surveys done by Fawcette/Devx, maybe? : : I personally don't think it's that _low_. : : : Bob : -- : looking for work again <http://obob.com/bob/resume/> : :