Multiple Levels of interfaces???
Posted on 1998-11-17
Ok, this would be easy in say C++, but I'm not sure how I do this in VB (I've very new to the language).
Alright the senario is that I have a group of classes that I want to descend from two interfaces. No problem.
But four of the group I want to decend from two of the classes that descend from the one of the first two interfaces.
So What I want is:
(Gee, I hope that doesn't look to bad in a browser.) BTW, I'm using MS's notation where a solid line means subclass of, or for VB Implements.
At anyrate when I put "Implements ClassFoo" in classBar. I get an error with something like (not verbatum since VB just crashed) "ClassBar must implement procedure InterfaceFoo_ClassFoo_ProcedureName of ClassFoo." Even if I have a procedure named InterfaceFoo_ClassFoo_ProcedureName.
I can't find anything in the help, nor anyone who can help in physical space. I think I'm miss understanding the notation that VB wants.
Sucking on the juices of feature creep