Creating Objects in programming is one the best ways to have code that is easily maintainable. With new Classic ASP clients, I have found creating Classes and Objects is a very good way to begin refactoring legacy code.
Class trip public arrive_date public depart_date End Class
Here we have created a Class
trip with 2 properties
depart_date. Now, when we need to access the arrival date, you can access the values as
Before we can access or use the
trip Class, we need to create a new instance of a class. The newly instantiated
trip Class, which is now an object with the properties, that we can use.
Class trip public arrive_date public depart_date End Class dim objTrip set objTrip = new trip objTrip.arrive_date = '02/11/2017' objTrip.depart_date = '02/16/2017'
Now that we have created a new instance of our
trip and assigned values to each property, we can write some simple HTML to retrieve the values
<p> I will be arriving on <%=objTrip .arrive_date%> and leaving on <%=objTrip .depart_date%> <p>