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any c++ class to powebasic class cheat sheet out there?

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  • Erich Schulman
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    Right behind me is a copy of Turbo C/C++: The Complete Reference from 1990, and it discusses C++ classes. Therefore, we can conclude that C++ classes are not even related to COM, ActiveX, and .net classes.

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  • E Dingsor
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    That's a bummer! I wan't to convert some C++ wrapper classes to PB for Excel2007 API XLL programming. Well, I'm half way trough your suggestions and will folllow the trial and error path. Thanks for your clarification.

    Eigil

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  • jcfuller
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    Originally posted by E Dingsor View Post
    Hi,
    I've started to nibble on PBWin9's new com /class capabilities and wonders if anyone out there has a cheat sheet on how to convert a C++ Class definition setup to Powerbasic. i.e how to f.ex interpret private, public etc statements

    Eigil
    First forget all you know about c++ classes.
    Then read all the help file entries relating to Classes.
    Then read it again.
    There is no one for one relationship between c++ classes and pb.

    James

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  • any c++ class to powebasic class cheat sheet out there?

    Hi,
    I've started to nibble on PBWin9's new com /class capabilities and wonders if anyone out there has a cheat sheet on how to convert a C++ Class definition setup to Powerbasic. i.e how to f.ex interpret private, public etc statements

    Eigil
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