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JScript .NET, Part III: Classes and Namespaces: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


JScript .NET, Part III: Classes and Namespaces

A Final Word

In this column we continued our coverage of JScript .NET. We focused here on one of the language's major features: classes. We explained how classes are organized into namespaces and provided an example of some of the namespaces supported by the .NET Framework. We showed you how to import existing namespaces and how to create new namespaces with the package statement. We described what assemblies are and how to direct the jsc.exe compiler to the right assemblies, to find the required namespaces. We introduced the member visibility concept and its related modifiers: private, public, and protected. We also explained the effect of the static modifier.

In this column you have learned:


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