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BOOK: Professional VB.NET, 2nd Edition or 2003
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Professional VB.NET, 2nd Edition by Fred Barwell, Richard Case, Bill Forgey, Billy Hollis, Tim McCarthy, Jonathan Pinnock, Richard Blair, Jonathan Crossland, Whitney Hankison, Rockford Lhotka, Jan D. Narkiewicz, Rama Ramachandran, Matthew Reynolds, John Roth, Bill Sheldon, Bill Sempf; ISBN: 9780764544002
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Old August 7th, 2004, 11:18 AM
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Default Really dumb question about Chap 19

I am just starting to try the ThreadExample in Chapter 19. I am starting to create the ThreadWorker class and get this far:

Imports System.Threading

Public Class ThreadWorker
   Public TextBox As TextBox
   Private _thread As Thread

End Class

But VB doesn't like the line declaring _thread. The error message is "Type expected". I have loaded the source from the site for the project, and it is fine, but when I copy it into my project, I get the error message. Is there some project setting I am missing?

Thanks for any help.
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Nevermind! I figured it out.

I had also named my project "Thread" which conflicted with the name of the object I was trying to instantiate.
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