Introduction to Class Programming Part II


In our previous discussion, we tackle about the basic concepts of class, including creating it's state (property) and behavior (methods).  We also discuss about simple validation of its class property by including validation code in its Property Let. Thus making your class more robust.  We also discuss about some property variation, such as read-only property as well as write-only property. We also discuss decision making of using function (method) and property procedure in your class.

In this series articles,  we are going to discuss about: Enumeration, Properties that return an Object and other semi-advance topic pertain to in creating  a class base program.

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