what's the general way of separating classes?

John Salerno johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Tue Mar 21 15:52:45 CET 2006

Ben Cartwright wrote:

> Er?  Surely you've used C#'s "using" statement?  

Well yes, but really that's very different. 'Using' statements are 
solely for the purpose of convenience so you don't have to qualify 
classes with namespaces. They aren't necessary to actually *use* those 

(The true 'include' functionality comes in the References, which are 
shared across all files on account of them being compiled together.)

>> You can just refer to the classes from
>> any other file.
> Iff they're in the same namespace.  You can have multiple namespaces in
> the same .NET assembly, you know.

Yes, true. I was just thinking of a program all contained in one namespace.

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