Module Statement

Declares the name of a module and introduces the definition of the variables, properties, events, and procedures that the module comprises. A module is similar to a class but with some important distinctions. Every module has exactly one instance and does not need to be created or assigned to a variable. Modules do not support inheritance … Continue reading Module Statement


Access Levels in Visual Basic

The access level (Access modifiers) of a declared element is the extent of the ability to access it, that is, what code has permission to read it or write to it. .NET allows access to code, *     Public Can be accessed by any class *     Private Can be accessed only by members … Continue reading Access Levels in Visual Basic