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At the end of each class you could use:
Public WorkerBusy As Boolean = False Do While WorkerBusy = False WorkerBusy = True Dim obj1 As New WorkClass1 Loop Do While WorkerBusy = False WorkerBusy = True Dim obj2 As New WorkClass2 Loop Do While WorkerBusy = False WorkerBusy = True Dim obj3 As New WorkClass3 Loop ... Do While WorkerBusy = False WorkerBusy = True Dim objp As New WorkClassp Loop
Last, what happens to program flow every time an object is instantiated? For example, with the following code:
..... WorkerBusy = False End Class
Does the flow wait until the class is done with the calculations, or does flow start the object (class) and immediately go to the next command?
Dim obj1 As New WorkClass1 Dim obj2 As New WorkClass2 Dim obj3 As New WorkClass3 Dim obj4 As New WorkClass4 Dim obj5 As New WorkClass5 Dim obj6 As New WorkClass6 Dim obj7 As New WorkClass7 Dim obj8 As New WorkClass8 Dim obj9 As New WorkClass9 Dim obj10 As New WorkClass10
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