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Objects, Objects, and More Objects

  • Hank Marquis
  • Eric A. Smith

Abstract

Object-oriented programming has been around a long time and has been part of Visual Basic, at least to some degree, since VB was introduced. As you know, everything from a form control to a database is treated as an object. What’s more, recent versions of Visual Basic continue to provide more features that facilitate creating your own object systems—of which some new, unique uses are presented here.

Keywords

Visual Basic Empty String Registry Class Error Handling Service Object 
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© Apress 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Hank Marquis
  • Eric A. Smith

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