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Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I want to be able to call my Login() process and Logout() process on each funtion call within a class.e.g.class Something { private Login() {...} private Logout() {...} public dosomething1() {...} public dosomething2() {...} public dosomething3() {...} } So when I call any of the dosomething functions, they automatically call the Login funtion and then does the dosomething function and finally does the Logout.What I'd really like is the ability to do something like this:{  Login()  Overidesomething()  Logout()}Where I can pass the dosomething functions to replace the overidesomething function.

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