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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET by Jeff Spotts, Brian Siler

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Chapter 9. Creating Code Components

In this chapter

Understanding Classes

Building a Class

Using a New Class in an Application

Using Remoting to Work with Distributed Objects

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As you develop more (and better) applications, you will find many opportunities to reuse code that you have already written. You may be tempted to copy code from old projects and paste it into your new projects. You would quickly learn, however, that doing so has several drawbacks. One of the chief drawbacks of this technique is the need to manage multiple copies of the same code. If you have developed a procedure that solves a certain problem, and you copy and paste that procedure into multiple projects, what happens if you discover a bug in the procedure? You must ...

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