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How to do this in VB.NET

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joe
This isn't the perfect solution, but you could do
a .Remove to empty the collection and then re-use it.
-----Original Message-----

I'm trying to create a collection of objects,
I seam to be unable to re declare the object e.g.
Set aObject = New Class1 therefore I get a collection of
objects all of which are the same....

Dim aObject as Class1
Dim cCollection as New Collection

Set aObject = New Class1
aObject.Property = "A"
cCollection.Add aObject

' Here are the new lines
Set aObject = Nothing
Set aObject = New Class1

aObject.Property = "B"
cCollection.Add aObject

Debug.Print cCollection.Item(1).Property ' Shows "A"
Debug.Print cCollection.Item(2).Property ' Shows "B"

Regards

.

Jul 19 '05 #1
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