12.3 Objects
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12.1 Signature Menu 
12.2 API 
12.3 Objects 
12.4 Key Signature 
12.5 Signature File 
12.6 Implementation 
12.7 Examples 



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12.3   TransApplet Objects

The first thing we will do is to create all of the objects required for the ImageFinder. As we discussed earlier in this chapter, all of the objects required for the ImageFinder project is grouped into a single class. All we have to do is to create an object of this class and we will call it script. We will create this object in class, MainMenuToAPI.

      internal Attrasoft.TransApplet70.EntryPoint70.EntryPoint70 script;

      MainMenu f;


      public MainMenuToAPI(MainMenu f1)




          f = f1;

          script = new Attrasoft.TransApplet70.EntryPoint70.EntryPoint70  (f.richTextBox1);


          catch (Exception e )


              f.richTextBox1.Text = e.ToString () +"\n";




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