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Error Property of a class

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I am developing a DDL that will be a wrapper for an existing set of
libs.

What I am trying to do is implement the class.error property in my
wrapper. I have tried to create a readonly property called error, but
error is a reserved word.

How do I create or implement the error property for my class?

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ReadOnly Property [Error]

"jack bretcher" <ja**@sonomaenterprises.com> wrote in message
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I am developing a DDL that will be a wrapper for an existing set of
libs.

What I am trying to do is implement the class.error property in my
wrapper. I have tried to create a readonly property called error, but
error is a reserved word.

How do I create or implement the error property for my class?

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Nov 21 '05 #2

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Public ReadOnly Property [Error]() As Object
Get
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End Get
End Property

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"jack bretcher" <ja**@sonomaenterprises.com> wrote in message
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I am developing a DDL that will be a wrapper for an existing set of
libs.

What I am trying to do is implement the class.error property in my
wrapper. I have tried to create a readonly property called error, but
error is a reserved word.

How do I create or implement the error property for my class?

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* jack bretcher <ja**@sonomaenterprises.com> scripsit:
What I am trying to do is implement the class.error property in my
wrapper. I have tried to create a readonly property called error, but
error is a reserved word.

How do I create or implement the error property for my class?


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