Classes and Objects (with a Short Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming)
This chapter, along with Chapters 5 and 6, forms the core of this book. The reason is simple: VB .NET is the first fully object-oriented version of VB, and if you are not comfortable with OOP, you will find it extremely hard to take advantage of VB .NET’s new powers. Of course, you maybe wondering: because VB could create classes and then make objects from these classes since VB4, what is so different about VB .NET that it requires rethinking your programming style? The short answer is “plenty.” A more detailed answer will be presented in these next three chapters.
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