Did the original poster just offer to pay for help on instantiating an object? That doesn't bode well for any future development as a programmer if he's paying for some pretty basic advice. I'm no expert on software development careers, but I think the idea is that you
learn how to do it, then other people
to do programming stuff.
Think of it this way.... objects are basically complex, custom created data types. If you wanted to create an integer variable with a name of x, and give it the value of 5, what would you do?
Creating objects is pretty similar except the value is created using the new
keyword, followed by a function call where the function is the same name as the object. Do you see what I'm getting at? I'm trying to explain without outright giving you the code. Check out the link JPS provided.