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    Sticky: Re: Helpful Links, Hints & Tips

    Compilation of Vb topics for you to research at your own pace: www.qwepo.com
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    Re: increment operator

    ok thanks, i was thinking that if it had duplicate methods i could then call it innerclass.duplicatemethod since the compiler would realise its duplicate instantly
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    Re: increment operator

    but that way i would have to refer to functions in the innerclass as innerfunction.somestuff() whereby i jus wish to refer to it as somestuff()
  4. Thread: import module

    by pacerier
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    Re: import module

    but that would spoil my "logic" because i couldn't simply jus strip out all the innerclasses and put them into 1 class, i mean i could but it will feel "weird".

    i have innerclass1 that has f1()...
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    Re: increment operator

    ok thanks alot, anyway, why isn't * allowed in imports like
    imports myclass.*
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    Re: increment operator

    hmm, ok
  7. Thread: import module

    by pacerier
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    Re: import module

    i've written a class like this:


    public class library
    public class qwe
    end class
    public class asd
    end class
    end class
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    increment operator

    hi all, is there a ++ or -- post/pre-increment operator in visual basic?
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    Re: extend the function class

    alrite, i will look into the sender thing thanks
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    by pacerier
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    Re: import module

    sry about that, but how exactly is a class library built? is it like throwing all the different classes within a single file
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    Re: ctype doesn't work properly

    ok let me rephrase my question. all i need is to be able to change the Panel type into a Control type, arg i cant seem to find a solution for this



    dim test as CType(testpanel, Control))...
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    Re: creating primitive type

    orh ic
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    Re: creating primitive type

    ok thanks for the tip

    but the format of a primitive type is neater than creating a new structure. is there a way that we can change how the compiler works such that it can accept my primitive type?
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    ctype doesn't work properly

    hi all, i've got a problem here whereby my ctype doesn't work.

    firstly, to replicate my case briefly, i've created an extension of control class


    <extension()> public function getheight(byref...
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    by pacerier
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    import module

    hello all, i have a module which i wish to import in several projects. is there anyway i could do this?

    the current method that i'm using is that i'm copying over several modules in all the...
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    creating primitive type

    hi all, is there anyway that we can create our own primitive type?

    let's say we call this


    dim test = 4

    then test will automatically be an integer right..

    but i wanted this
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    extend the function class

    hi all, is there any way to extend upon a procedure itself?

    like i want to be able to do the following



    public sub test()
    msgbox(special())
    end sub
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    Re: multiple declaration

    what's the difference between vb 6 and vb.net? is vb.net a new version of vb6?
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    Re: extend on class size

    so is there a solution to be able to do something like this:



    dim test = new Psize(5, 5)
    test.dosomething()
    dim test2 = new Size(5, 5)
    test2.dosomething() ' should give me an error
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    Re: extend on class size

    hey thanks, but for my case its not just multiply and i have to explicitly name it as Psize and not Size, is there a way to extend a class and at the same time making it only accessible to this...
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    Re: multiple declaration

    hey sry what exactly is the difference between vb and vb.net?

    im using microsoft visual basic 2008, is that vb.net?
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    multiple declaration

    ok this sounds dumb but i just wanted to do something simple



    dim this, that, alll, duno, etc, anddd, more as integer
    this = that = etc = more = 6


    doesn't work, is there a way to do this...
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    creating an array of colors

    ok this is weird, im trying to create an array of colors. approach 2 doesn't work and i do not know why



    'approach 1: works
    Dim list As Color() = New Color() {Color.FromArgb(255, 0, 0),...
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    Re: extend on class size

    well im trying to create a new class psize that could have a method which multiply itself.

    so


    dim test = new psize(50, 50)
    test.multiply()
    'effectively i should get a size (100, 100)
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    modules within class

    hi all again, is it possible to create a module within a class?

    what i need is something like this:

    public class form1
    public sub i_nid_this_in_many_place()
    end sub
    end class

    i couldn't...
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