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Suppose you have reference to muclass
could folloving code run and if then what  
Msgbox will display
Sub MySub(argObject as MyClass)

On Error Resume Next
Dim MyObject as New MyClass
Err.Clear
Set MyObject = argObject
argObject.Value = 100
Set argObject = Nothing
MsgBox MyObject.Value & "/" & Err.Description
End Sub

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Question by:mativare
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by:Mirkwood
ID: 1452088
No, code is not correct.
- err.clear will clear the description
- new is useless
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by:Mirkwood
ID: 1452089
Your code is the same as this
Sub MySub(argObject as MyClass)
  argObject.Value = 100
End Sub

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by:Mirkwood
ID: 1452090
You probably meant this

Sub MySub(argObject as MyClass)
  On Error goto leave
  Set argObject  = new MyClass
  argObject.Value = 100
  exit sub
leave:
  MsgBox Err.Description
End Sub

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by:mativare
ID: 1452091
No
Try to use only my code
I got it from so-called VB WWW tests.
Try to give a answer what messagebox will display
you are probably right that code is not right
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by:Mirkwood
ID: 1452092
It will display the old value of the argobject \

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by:Mirkwood
ID: 1452093
100\
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by:mativare
ID: 1452094
Are you sure
Notice
Set MyObject = argObject
argObject.Value = 100
so argobject gets value after
are you sure
Set MyObject = argObject sets value of Myobject too automatically
it is confusing to me
can answer be     0\      ????

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mathies earned 50 total points
ID: 1452095
100/
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by:Mirkwood
ID: 1452096
Tell me what you want to know
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