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vb6 class module

Posted on 2004-10-08
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Hello

  I am trying to create a class module in vb6,

i need any dummy example just to see the way in vb6

thank you
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Question by:omarmf
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Éric Moreau earned 175 total points
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Here is the content of Class1.cls

Option Explicit

Private mstrLastName As String
Private mstrFirstName As String

Public Property Get FirstName() As Variant
    FirstName = mstrFirstName
End Property
Public Property Let FirstName(ByVal vNewValue As Variant)
    mstrFirstName = vNewValue
End Property

Public Property Get LastName() As Variant
    LastName = mstrLastName
End Property
Public Property Let LastName(ByVal vNewValue As Variant)
    mstrLastName = vNewValue
End Property


Public Sub DoSomething()
    MsgBox FirstName & " " & LastName
End Sub


Here is how to use it from a button on a form:


Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim X As New Class1

    X.FirstName = "Eric"
    X.LastName = "Moreau"
    X.DoSomething

End Sub
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by:EDDYKT
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May be you should use addin

ie

Add-ins->Addin managers->Vb6 class builder utility (check on loaded/unloaded)->click ok
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by:Mike Tomlinson
Mike Tomlinson earned 50 total points
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The Initialize() and Terminate() events for a class are very useful as well.  The Initialize() event fires when in instance of the class is created and can be used to set initial values for your class members or do initialization code.  The Terminate() event fires just before the class instance is destroyed.  You could the code below to emoreaus example to set initial values for the first and last name:

Private Sub Class_Initialize()
    mstrFirstName = "Some"
    mstrLastName = "One"
End Sub

Private Sub Class_Terminate()
    ' place code in here that needs to be executed
    ' before this class instance is destroyed
End Sub
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