I need the user to be able to add information in a form using classes in

Posted on 2004-11-01
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I need a user to be able to add first name, last name,  address, city, state, and zip from a form.  In my program I have a person file that has a constructor with all of the following info.

In class how do I go about this?
Question by:Kahlan27265
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    Expert Comment

    ?? Could not get your Query

    You need to have a Form with these fields and User will add Record
    When he clicks save the data is to be passed to a class which will save it

    Is this what you want??
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    Public Class clsUser
       Private mName
       Private mSurname
       Private mAddress

      Public Function Create (Optional inName as string = "", Optional inSurname as string = "", Optional inAddress as string = "") as Boolean
      mName = inName
      mSurname = inSurname
      mAddress = inAddress
      return true
    End Function
    End Class

    in your form

    Public Function Submit_Button_Click
      Dim mUser as new clsUser
     Dim mResponse as boolean =  mUser.Create txtName.Text, txtSurname.Text, txtAddress.Text
    if mResponse then
      msgbox "Success"
      msgBox "Fail"
    End if
    end function

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