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Creating Classes in ASP

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Does anyone have a simple example of creating a class in ASP? I've always used it as a scripting language and never used in in an object oriented way.



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Hi Andy,

I linked Adam's simple example of creating a class in ASP Classic to this thread (seems appropriate). It has exactly what you want, a simple example. Post follow ups if you want.

When I code in ASP Classic, I too mostly use it in a "scripting-way". I do organize my routines into files with names that mimic objects and as I code I think about what object a routine belongs too, but that's a far cry from using in the OO features of ASP. I just realized that's weird cuz I spend most of my time in Delphi and VS.Net creating classes and such for use with our clients. hmmmm....I'm going to have to think about that a bit.{#think}

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