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Property Let ... End Property

The Property Let statement block allows you to perform a procedure that assigns the value of a property.

The Property Let statement block can only be used inside a Class statement block and cannot be used inside of any other procedure. There are two other related statements that also can only be used within a Class block, Property Get and Property Set that, respectively, permit you to return the value of a property and to set a reference to an object.

The Property Let statement allows you to declare the name of the procedure, to accept and change the values of optional arguments, and to perform a series of statements that ultimately assign the value of the property.

There is one mandatory argument. You must give the name of a variable to which the value is to be assigned. This same name must also appear on the right side of the calling expression. (i.e., the name "VariableName" is used in the syntax example.)

By default, the Property Let procedure is Public, but you can declare it to be Private. You can use the optional Exit Property statement to immediately exit the from inside the Property Let procedure.

The End Property is required.


[ Public | Private ] Property Let ProcedureName ( [arguments, ..., ...] VariableName )
Rem You may place code here
[ Exit Property ]
Rem You may place code here
End Property

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