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Hi somebody could help me, i need to create two classes only with this like reference:
Dim objA As A= New A()
Dim objB As B = objA.CreateObj()

I don´t know how class A creates the B object in its method.
I have not used OOP for a while, so any help will be grateful.

Thanks.
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[no name] 2-Oct-14 11:37am
   
Don't you mean
Dim objB As B = A.CreateObj()
?

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It is called factory method and (as correctly pointed out by Bruno Sprecher) is usually implemented as Shared method. This Code Project article however show many different ways a factory could be implemented: "Different ways of implementing factories"[^].
   
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[no name] 2-Oct-14 12:03pm
   
My 5 at least. Thanks for the note. I was not quite sure; therefore only a comment. But your answer reduces my uncertainty and gives real information.
Member 11125831 2-Oct-14 12:33pm
   
Thanks guys.
My 5 too.
I saw this here and drive me here to request help: http://www.asppdf.com/manual_03.html

Specifically these two lines:
IPdfManager objPdf = new PdfManager();
IPdfDocument objDoc = objPdf.CreateDocument(Missing.Value);

Thanks for guide me.
[no name] 2-Oct-14 13:11pm
   
If you are happy with this, then I suggest to accept the answer of http://www.codeproject.com/script/Membership/View.aspx?mid=1778670 :)

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