I read about this once, but I unfortunately did not save any of the information. If someone could please direct me to some documentation regarding it, I would be very thankful.
I hope you never use the default. It's not so difficult to be explicit. If other need to work on your program it will always be clear which method you really meant to call.
Not to be obnoxious, but gee thanks for the pointer hun. Sometimes default methods increase readability, and they are employed by Microsoft in various COM object that they create.<BR><BR>I wanted to know how it was done and I get a junk post. Bah.