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Well that wraps up the Studio 103 tutorial.

I hope that this tutorial has helped you with:

  1. Understanding the difference between visual and non-visual classes.
  2. Seeing the importance of using an error handler object.
  3. Writing non-visual class code that has a single exit point at the end of the method, always returns something to the sender, and never prompts the user.

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In the Studio 104 tutorial we will continue developing the Contacts application and do the following:

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Happy coding!

Doug Kuyvenhoven
Vencor Software