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Old July 14th, 2005, 03:46 AM
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Default ASP Object Orientation?

Essentially my question is how much does classic ASP support OO?

I'd like to create a main class and then derive others from this (and ovveride some functions) so it would involve inheritance? Can ASP do this? (I know ASP.Net can obviously)

If not does anyone know of an example of how I could "simulate" this in ASP...so a work around of some kind...

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