This tutorial describes a manager, employee, different kind of employee
relationship that may be similar to your "league" idea. I think I may have
already posted it, but here it is again. Once you have "players" you could
easy store them as objects of teams and then store the team objects (arrays)
as divsions, etc.
"Al" <Al@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
Yes you are right about the fact that this is not a example of multiple
What I would like to do is start a league with variables describing the
league that would not change.
Then I would like to start a session (time period) which would be run
the info from the league class & variables describing that session.
Then I would like to start multiple divisions that would be using the time
period and other info from the session class and the league.
Using league for a and session for b and division for c is where I started
from at the first post. What I read about inheritance is that it build on
each other and I think that is what I am doing here.
I appreciate everything that everyone is doing for me. Please let me know
what would be a better way to classify this information
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