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Old June 29th, 2004, 04:27 PM
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Default VB.Net 2nd,Ch 18,Pg752: Addresses()

Under the "Try It Out" section of "Ignoring Members" you are instructed in step 2 to create the property "Addresses". Then in Step 3 you are told to run the project. At no point are you told when or where to call this new property. Doesn't it have to be called from somewhere to have an effect?
 
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Have you worked through the steps thereafter?
You will need to go through the sample completely

Tip: At the stage you mentioned, you are looking at the XML structure. You will notice that there are changes to the structure from the previous section.

Background: Reflection is used to de/serialize the data. This means that if you add a Property to the class, you will see it in the structure.

I hope this helps.



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