Tue, 18 Sep 2001 20:03:35 -0700 (PDT)
Ya, this could be one possibility. I would then proceed as per this
Ah! The .cs file may become too heavy though if I get to know to more and
more classes to be put in the same assembly :(
--- A Rafael D Teixeira <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >From: "Gaurav Vaish" <email@example.com>
> > The above mentioned class is "sealed" and does not have any
> >How do I make an instance of it?
> > I need it in the implementation of ...WebControl class for field
> >FontInfo Font. Also, I have to make this class.
> Certainly the constructor is 'internal', what means that only classes in the
> same assembly can invoke it, that's why it is not documented.
> Just code the needed constructor, prepend the internal modifier, and make
> sure FontInfo and WebControl (and/or any other class that needs to
> instantiate FontInfo) live in the same assembly.
> Rafael Teixeira
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