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Planning the Object Model

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Begin by determining how many objects and collections you must have and naming all of them. You might find it helpful to draw the objects and collections in a hierarchical diagram that shows the relationships between them.

List as many of the properties, methods, and events for each object and collection that you can. Denote which properties can be simple module-level variables, which require Property procedures, and which are object properties. Also indicate whether properties should be read-write, read-only, write-only, or write-once.

See Also

Creating Collection Classes | Relating Objects with Object Properties | Sharing Code by Using Interfaces | Why Build Your Own Objects? | Basic Class Concepts | Creating Property Procedures | Creating Events and Event Procedures | Extending Objects Through Interfaces | Designing Object Models | Creating Custom Objects for Web Pages

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