Posted by: Jerry Lees
Property, property set, VBScript, VBScript Statements
Within a VBScript class the Property block allows you to set the value of the property in the class. This statement works in conjunction with the Property Let and Property Get statements and can only be used inside a class inside VBScript– and no where else in the script.
This would in turn be called in VBScript in your function after you create an instance of the class like so:
By default the Property Set statement is public but you can declare it to be private if you need to do so. Since this statement is used in a block, it is required that you end the block with the End Property statement. The block of code will look something like this:
Property Set PropertyName
’ Property setting code goes here