this probably has a simple answer
I want to create a class library that has itself some sub classes, which in turn have functions.
I mostly want to do this so that the functionality that is being developed for one county in a state to be contained in a single manageble class.
I want the classes to contain instructions specific to that county, and I expose these as public functions.
Now what I want is to take the classes for each county and put them under a class library for the whole state.
For instance, say I have a class library for colorado, I want to then be able to refrence that colorado class library in another application like this:
so ColoradoJobLibrary is one object, but then CoArpahoeJobs is another object and dosomething is a function in coArapahoeJobs
I suspect that inheritace, interfaces or imports has something to do with this, but can't quite figure out how to expose the subclass through another class without having to write a property or function for each function in the county class in the state class. Is there an easier way?