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Default The "New" Keyword

I am new to Visual Basic 2005 Express and I was woundering if someone could give me an example of using the "New" Keyword to create a new object. Thanks.

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    Dim obj As New clsMyClass
    Dim obj As New clsMyClass(strInitialzing, intValues)

    Dim Obj2 As clsMyClass
        Obj2 = New clsMyClass

    Dim Obj3 As clsMyClass ' No New keyword
        Obj3 = Obj2 ' No New keyword;
                            ' Obj3 is now a reference to an existing object.





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