Setting two classes of same type equal to each other. 
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 Setting two classes of same type equal to each other.

Is there a way to set the properties of one class object equal to
another one of the same object type without setting each individual
property equal to the other.

For example, if I have two objects a and b, both of the same class type,
is there a way that I can set a = b, such that all the properties of a
equal those of b without doing the properties one at a time?

All I have done thus far has been something like:
    a.age = b.age = =

So, consequently if I have 50 properties, it takes 50 lines to do this.
There must be a way to do something like: a = b and be done with it.

Jeff Hanks

Fri, 31 Mar 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
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