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hi i m new to this forum and also for .net
i want to use oops concepts in my project(web application in c#.net).but
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Please clarify your question.
Are you asking about Object Oriented Programming?

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yes,i know the object oriented programming concepts.but i dont know how and where and when to use those concepts in c#.net web application project..waiting for replies

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You are being a bit too general to get a decent answer.
You must use OOP concepts in every line of code you write in C#.
OOP concepts is a HUGE subject - and just generally asking "how to use them" is the topic for a book (or a set of books) - not a post on a forum.

What you might want to do is ask specific questions about specific concepts to solve a specific problem you are having.

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Woody is 100% correct both C# and VB.NET are OOP languages by design, hence you will use OOP concepts on every page, on every line, and in every class you code.

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Hi sureshmm,

Yeah, I agree with the previous posters. Object orientation is everywhere in .NET.

If you want to learn how to build and use your own objects in .NET applications, you may want to take a look at this article series:

http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=416
http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=419
http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=420

They explain how to build object oriented, reusable classes in ASP.NET applications.

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Thank u for ur replies...

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 Hi sureshmm,

Yeah, I agree with the previous posters. Object orientation is everywhere in .NET.

If you want to learn how to build and use your own objects in .NET applications, you may want to take a look at this article series:

http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=416
http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=419
http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=420

They explain how to build object oriented, reusable classes in ASP.NET applications.

Cheers,

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thank u for reply
 it is very helpful to me..

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