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vrf Question about Userobjects

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 2, 2001

>From my point of view user objects are useful when you
want to separate different parts of a same programme,
I mean when you are not interested in having a lot of
single objects in your programme and you need to
identify them.

On the other hand, it is necessary to create an
userobject for using userfunctions and in this way you
are able to enjoy the useful object "call function".

I hope it has been a help for you.



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