Grouping Your Variables Sort Of Like A Class

Are you always defining variables in the function where you will use them so
that in the end you have tons of variables listed.

Make life simpler and your code easier to read and group your variables into
meaning full groups and put them in to the Declarations section.

Jon Lanceley
Lotus Consultant
Declarations
Type Book
Title as string
NumOfPages as integer
End Type


function Test
{
dim MyBook1 as Book

MyBook1.Title = "Title"
MyBook1.NumOfPages = 100

messagebox MyBook1.Title
}
This was first published in November 2000

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