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hierarchical level access

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how can i make a hierarchical access of procedures if i want to access
it from another form. for example i have a form named form1, so i want
to access its procedures or function i just call form1.procedurename.
What if i want to make a level of calling for example instead of calling
form1.procedurename i want it to be form1.group.procedurename so i could
have a grouping of all my procedures in that form. is that possible?
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Nov 20 '05 #1
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Cor
Hi Ryan,

I think it is better if you to look what seperated classes can do for you.
And maybe if you want it classes in a class.
(not my way for that what you want)

But just my idea

Cor
how can i make a hierarchical access of procedures if i want to access
it from another form. for example i have a form named form1, so i want
to access its procedures or function i just call form1.procedurename.
What if i want to make a level of calling for example instead of calling
form1.procedurename i want it to be form1.group.procedurename so i could
have a grouping of all my procedures in that form. is that possible?

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Ryan,

I would create separate classes for those procedures you want grouped
together, and declare them as Friend or Public. Perhaps even create a base
class of common methods and then create derived classes to add specific
functionallity to a particular "group" of code, and then use the derived
class procedure to execute that "group's" block of code. Or something along
these lines.

Just my opinion,

Aiax

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how can i make a hierarchical access of procedures if i want to access
it from another form. for example i have a form named form1, so i want
to access its procedures or function i just call form1.procedurename.
What if i want to make a level of calling for example instead of calling
form1.procedurename i want it to be form1.group.procedurename so i could
have a grouping of all my procedures in that form. is that possible?
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