Class Question

Stupid Question coming up...

If i've got a class that contains


and I need to read multiple people into that class, so how do I go about declaring it as such?

Thanks in advance...
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dim colTemp as new collection
dim ObjTemp as new MyClass
This adds a new class to the collection

ObjTemp.age= whatever
ObjTemp.Dob= whatever
ObjTemp.Name = whatever
coltemp.add objtemp

then you can loop through all your classes using

dim objTemp as MyClass
for each objTemp in colTemp
       debug.print objtemp.age
       debug.print objtemp.dob
next objTemp

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If you really need multiple people in that ONE class (I cannot imagine why, see crazyman's solution for a good implementation) then you should declare your members as collections or Array

Name() as string
Age() as integer
DOB() as Date

and the Redim them as you add a person

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