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Does which function work for user-defined classes?

Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 12:37:06
Message: 1 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Steven_Lord
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 14:14:43
Message: 2 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 14:33:16
Message: 3 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 14:38:10
Message: 4 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 14:40:23
Message: 5 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Steven_Lord
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 14:57:02
Message: 6 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 15:07:06
Message: 7 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Eric Sampson
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 15:47:10
Message: 8 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 6 Sep, 2013 19:41:16
Message: 9 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Richard Crozier
Date: 10 Sep, 2013 14:39:06
Message: 10 of 11
Subject: Does which function work for user-defined classes?
From: Eric Sampson
Date: 10 Sep, 2013 17:52:09
Message: 11 of 11

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