I have this class called Channel. Now I want this class to have a public member Clients ( which is an object itself that acts like a collection but with additional methods )
I want to be able to build my class in such a way that the following would be possible.
Channel.Clients( "ClientName" ).RespondTo( "Some Message" ); ( responds to only 1 client in the channel )
Channel.Clients.RespondTo( "Some Message" ); ( responds to all clients in the channel )
public class Channel
// please add the nececery defenitions here to enable that I want
Ofcourse the actual respond to code I'll do myself.
This type of stuff is possible in the ASP Object model so I am betting it is possible to make somethign like this using C#