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    How would i define a type in a class module?

    Ihave added 2 class modules to my project from a working project, wel i get the error user-defined type not defined when compiling from my project but is fine fine from the working app.

    So i obvioulsy have to define something somewhere, this is the code that causes the errors,

    VB Code:
    1. Public Property Get NewEnum() As IUnknown
    2.     err.Clear
    3.     On Error Resume Next
    4.    
    5.     Set NewEnum = colSockets.[_NewEnum]
    6. End Property

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    Re: How would i define a type in a class module?

    Originally posted by Jmacp
    So i obvioulsy have to define something somewhere, this is the code that causes the errors
    Are you sure that is the code, I paste it into a new form and it causes no problems. What I think is happening is that you are using that stuff before it is defined, so check to see where you defined that, try moving it to the top of 1 module or the form. Goodluck
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    Re: How would i define a type in a class module?

    Originally posted by Jmacp
    VB Code:
    1. Public Property Get NewEnum() As IUnknown
    2.     err.Clear
    3.     On Error Resume Next
    4.    
    5.     Set NewEnum = colSockets.[_NewEnum]
    6. End Property
    Uhhhh...?
    Ok dude you may want to think about quitting using VB forever...

    Yeah I know what it sounds like...but I'm not flaming ya, just stating you may be more comfortable coding in C# or something

    The code I'm quoting looks very similar to C#
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    Re: Re: How would i define a type in a class module?

    Originally posted by MedevH
    Uhhhh...?
    Ok dude you may want to think about quitting using VB forever...

    Yeah I know what it sounds like...but I'm not flaming ya, just stating you may be more comfortable coding in C# or something

    The code I'm quoting looks very similar to C#
    That's perfectly valid VB code. I use it all the time, to expose an enumerator for a For Each loop.
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    Resolved it, i had no reference to OLE automation set.

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    I think what Medevh means is it isn't everyday you find VB programmers having to use IUnknown, except for enumeraters and hacky shell extentions. C++ would make it much smother and vastly more complex... I think....

    VB and COM Interfaces..... IDL..... pain in the butt......

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