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Book Review: Beginning Visual Basic 6 Objects

  • November 19, 2002
  • By James Limm
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In this chapter, we're going to explore some of the key programming techniques that will take us to the heart of object-oriented development with Visual Basic.

We saw, in the last chapter, just how badly things can go wrong without the good principles of object-oriented programming behind us. And we're familiar, now, with some of the key benefits of working with objects - so the techniques we learn here will be prepare us well for our future programming careers.

We're actually going back to another company, but this time I think you'll find that DataDamage Inc. are a much more aware bunch of people, and that they appreciate the value of the object-oriented techniques available to today's Visual Basic programmers.

In particular, in this chapter we'll be looking at:

  • Developing a real-world object-oriented application
  • Object Interfaces
  • Multiple interfaces
  • The Implements keyword
  • Inheritance
  • Containment and Delegation




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