aral at ariaware.com
Mon Feb 7 12:18:01 PST 2005
Well, AS doesn't implement abstract classes, so yes, if we were to keep
throwing an error in those methods, the user would have to implement
them in the concrete class to compile.
I tend to agree that either having a RemoteCommand class or
IRemoteCommand interface would be better.
erik bianchi wrote:
> Hey D,
> Maybe I'm reading it wrong but wouldn't using abstract methods force
> the user to use them in their concrete classes anyway?
> Would it be better to leave the remoting methods out all together and
> have an IRemotingCommand interface that the user could implement or
> would it be better to have a RemotingCommandTemplate?
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