Creating Fields with the C++ Class Explorer

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This procedure illustrates how to create a field in a selected class or interface when using the C++ Class Explorer.

To create a field in the C++ Class Explorer:

  1. Do either of the following:
    • Open the C++ Class Explorer as described here.
    • If the C++ Class Explorer is already running, return to the C++ Class Explorer by clicking the C++ Class Explorer tab at the top of the window.
  2. In the Type List pane, select (click) the class or interface to which you want to add a field.
  3. Do either of the following:
    • Click the class or interface and select the Add a new field to this class ClExplAddField.bmp toolbar button.
    • Right-click the class or interface, and select Add field from the context menu.
  4. On the Add Field To <name> dialog box, enter a name for the field in the Name box.
  5. In the Type field, either enter the data type of the field you are adding, or select a data type from the dropdown list.
  6. In Visibility, select the access control specifier for the field you are adding. You can select from:
  7. Click Add. The field is added to the user declarations in the .h file for the unit containing the declaration of the class or interface.

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