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  1. #1
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    public shared function

    is that basically the same as a static function in C#, where you don't have to create an instance, you can just call the method on a class?

    I am new to VB.NET and need to do some coding in it.

    Please let me know.


    Thanks,

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    Re: public shared function

    The term Shared means that it is shared accross all instances of a class and because of that, you don't need any particular instance to use it, so yes, it is the same as static

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