inheritance

Discussion in 'Microsoft Dot NET' started by Terry, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. Terry

    Terry Guest

    "You would only need to inherit one time for a given
    class in order for properties and methods to be made
    available to your class."

    "You would only need to import one time for a given class
    in order for properties and methods to be made available
    to your class."

    "You would only need to dimension one time for a given
    class in order for properties and methods to be made
    available to your class."

    Each seems to be a different way of doing the same
    thing.

    The visual difference is that imports take place at the
    top of a vb document, inherit takes place at the top of a
    class, and dimension takes place inside a class. It
    seems like there would be SOME reason why there are three
    different ways of doing the same thing.

    Can someone let me know what is the difference between
    the three actions?

    --Terry
     
    Terry, Jul 1, 2003
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