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Instantiating Image objects OK?

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Because of an example I followed I've been instantiating Image objects. Now
I notice that the documentation says the Image class is an abstract base
class.

Things seem to be working! Is the documentation wrong (it also says abstract
classes cannot be instantiated)?

Should I be using Bitmap instead?

Is there a difference between Abstract class and Abstract base class?

Thanks,

Cal


Nov 20 '05 #1
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Thanks to both. I checked to see if Herfried was looking over my shoulder -
he was exactly right - I was just declaring a variable!

Cal
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Because of an example I followed I've been instantiating Image objects. Now I notice that the documentation says the Image class is an abstract base
class.

Things seem to be working! Is the documentation wrong (it also says abstract classes cannot be instantiated)?

Should I be using Bitmap instead?

Is there a difference between Abstract class and Abstract base class?

Thanks,

Cal


Nov 20 '05 #2

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* " active" <ac****@REMOVEa-znet.com> scripsit:
I checked to see if Herfried was looking over my shoulder -


LOL

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Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
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Nov 20 '05 #3

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