Passing picturebox to a class

Posted on 2005-03-03
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Last Modified: 2010-05-02

I would like to build a class which would have a property to which I could assign a picturebox.
Later I would like this class to operate on this picturebox. My idea is to make the class semi-inherit properties of the picturebox. How to make such a reference?


Question by:eyore
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ID: 13455141
Private WithEvents m_PB As PictureBox

Public Property Set AttachedPB(pb As PictureBox)
   Set m_PB = pb
End Property

Public Property Get AttachedPB() As PictureBox
   Set AttachedPB() = m_PB
End Property

Private Sub m_PB_MouseDown(...)
End Sub

Author Comment

ID: 13459326
Yeah, but if now what do i actually pass to this function?
I mean :


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Ark earned 1000 total points
ID: 13463635
Set Class.AttachedPB=Picture1 'Where picture1 is picturebox

Author Comment

ID: 13469993
Oh yeah - now it works - I missed the 'set' command when assigning.


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