thanks Jay.
"Jay Blanchard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> [snip]
> This helps quite a bit Thank you.
> I am just wondering if I should make classes instead of functions? What
> would be the benefit of that? Do you know?
> [/snip]
> You should keep classes and functions seperate in your thought process,
> are not the same and not meant to do or be the same thing. Here is a good
> thought process to apply to classes...
> 1. Is this an object?
> If the answer is no, you do not need a class.
> 2. Do I need to do something (have an action or set of actions performed),
> perhaps over and over again?
> If the answer is yes, this is a function.
> A method is a function that applies to a specific class of objects. If you
> created a class and methods for each item you code would be bloated, slow,
> and hard to maintain.
> Do not think of functions and classes in the same light, you will make
> yourself more confused. One is definitely not the other.
> Jay
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