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Sep 20 2008   8:10PM GMT

VBScript Statements: Explanation of the Property Get Statement

Jerry Lees Jerry Lees Profile: Jerry Lees

Within a VBScript class the Property block allows you to Get 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.

 By default the Property Get 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. This statement works a little differently than the other two property statements, however, because it returns a value. The returning of a value works very much like a function, in that, you set the Name of the property to the value you want to return.

The block of code will look something like this:

Property Get PropertyName

 ‘ code goes here
ProptertyName = value

End Property

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