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Posted on 2002-03-06
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I'm sure this is really easy, but I'm not totally up on my VB knowledge, so would liek to know how I can declare lots of global variables, give them aa default values, and then have LET/ GET property declarations to override the defaults?

This is what I have so far:

Dim mProdCode As String
Dim mItemName As String
Dim mManufacturer As Integer
Dim mCollection As Integer
Dim mCategory As Integer
Dim mMaterial As Integer
Dim mCurrPage As Integer

Public Property Get ProdCode() As String
    ProdCode = mProdCode
End Property

Public Property Let ProdCode(ByVal vNewValue As String)
    mProdCode = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get ItemName() As String
    ItemName = mItemName
End Property

Public Property Let ItemName(ByVal vNewValue As String)
    mItemName = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get Manufacturer() As Integer
    Manufacturer = mManufacturer
End Property

Public Property Let Manufacturer(ByVal vNewValue As Integer)
    mManufacturer = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get Collection() As Integer
    Collection = mCollection
End Property

Public Property Let Collection(ByVal vNewValue As Integer)
    mCollection = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get Category() As Integer
    Category = mCategory
End Property

Public Property Let Category(ByVal vNewValue As Integer)
    mCategory = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get Material() As Integer
    Material = mMaterial
End Property

Public Property Let Material(ByVal vNewValue As Integer)
    mMaterial = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get CurrPage() As Integer
    CurrPage = mCurrPage
End Property

Public Property Let CurrPage(ByVal vNewValue As Integer)
    mCurrPage = vNewValue
End Property

I've had a look at stuff on Constructors, but can't see this applying to this, as ultimately this will be a COM object.
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by:AlfaNoMore
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I HATE THAT!!!!

Just posted this question, and IMMEDIATELY found the solution!!!

Private Sub Class_Initialize()
   mvarValue = 0
End Sub

I'll get this deleted then...
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Don't hate it, it's great.  You posted a question and added the solution, this could help others.  I refunded the 50 points to you and will move to the PAQ at zero points to close it.

Thanks,

Moondancer
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