Objects versus Object Variables in VB.NET 2008

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Objects versus Object Variables in VB.NET 2008

All variables that refer to objects are called object variables
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  • Submitted on: 2012-11-11 18:26:47

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All variables that refer to objects are called object variables. (The other type of variables are value variables, which store base data types, such as characters, integers, strings, and dates.) In declaring object variables, we usually use the New keyword, which is the only way to create a new object.    More detail...

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