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extending system.boolean

Ok this may be a silly question...but here goes...

I need to extend the boolean type. the reason for this is I have a base collection that has boolean properties. Then my inherited class has enumerated values that configure the Boolean value of the underlying class. The issue is I have a confirmation box that shows changed fields in my collection, but its showing both the enum values and the underlying Boolean value...If I make my confirmation setup ignore Boolean values then it ignores other Boolean values that are not enumerated and don't need to be...I want to make another 'type' that is Boolean as well but which I can raise my exclusion....

does that make sense? I tried a new class but it wouldn't let me inherit system.Boolean( which is all I really need to do...)
--Eric Cathell, MCSA
Nov 23 '05 #1
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