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now i have a class prja.clsa in vb6.0
in a normal way, i can write this to create withevents object

dim WithEvents a As clsa
set a = new clsa

how about now i would like to create without reference the class at the beginning.
can i write sth like this to make it works?

dim withevents a as object
set a = new createobjectwithevents("prja.clsa")





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gepi earned 300 total points
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No, you can't do that, because VB needs the Interface of the object to implements the Events.
But, you can do other stuff like a general event object.
Ex:
'Implementation for clsEvents class.
Event EventRaised(vntValue as Variant)

Public sub Raise(vntValue as Variant)
  RaiseEvent EventRaised(vntValue)
End Sub

'You have to Declare an Interface like IEvent with this property inside

Public Property Set EventObject(objEvent as clsEvent)
End Property

'Use it in other classes let say clsMyClass
Implements IEvent
Private mobjEvent as clsEvents

Property Set IEvent_EventObject(objEvent as clsEvent)
  Set mobjEvent = objEvent
End Property

Public sub DoStuff()
  'Do something here
  'Now, raise the event
  mobjEvent.Raise "MyEvent"
End Sub

Private sub Class_Terminate()
  Set mobjEvent = nothing
End Sub

'This line will be in form code module.

Private WithEvents mobjEvent as clsEvent
Private mobjObject as Object

Private sub SetEvent(objEventSupport as Object)

  On Error GoTo ERRH
    Set objIEvent=objEventSupport
    Set objIEvent.EventObject=mobjEvent
ERRH:
  Err.Raise vbError+10,"Set Event", _
"No event interface supported"

End Sub
Private Sub Form_Load()

  Dim objIEvent as IEvent
  Set mobjEvent = New clsEvent
  set mobjObject = CreateObject("[Project].clsMyClass")
  SetEvent mobjObject

End Sub

Private Sub mobjEvent_EventRaised(vntValue as Variant)
  '...
  'Treat you event
  '...
End Sub

Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel as Integer)

  Set mobjObject = Nothing
  Set mobjEvent = Nothing

End Sub

I hope this will help you.
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by:cnfei
ID: 8236255
As i am not that familiar with the usage of Interface and Implements, what do you mean by declare an interface like IEvent?

I am now using vb6.0 not vb.net, there is interface function for vb6.0 too? if yes, could you give me examples on it too?
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by:gepi
ID: 8236498
It is very simple to create an interface.
In VB 6.0 an interface it's a class which contains only the declarations of the methods.
So, the IEvent class, will be a normal class which has inside only the property EventObject without other code...
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by:gepi
ID: 8236501
Give to me your wmail address, and I will send to you an example.
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by:cnfei
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my email address is cnfei@hkem.com
thanks a lot.
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by:cnfei
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The problem has been solved. Thanks a lot.
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Any time...
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