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Chapter 12: Object-Based Programming
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12.2 Building and Using a Class

So, how do you build a class from which you can create objects? You build a class by writing code in a class module. You can think of a class module as a form module without its visual element; that is, a class module behaves like the code window of the form.
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  1. Object and Class Defined
  2. Instance and Static Members
  3. Advantages of Object-Oriented Programming
  • 12.2 Building and Using a Class
    1. Differences Between the Class Module and the Standard Module
    2. Adding a Class Module to a Project
    3. Creating the Fixed Asset Class
    4. Creating a Property
    5. Creating a Method
    6. Using the FixedAsset Class
    7. Default Property Setting and the Constructor
    8. Building and Using a Class: A Recapitulation
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