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VB.NET Language in a Nutshell, Second Edition by Steven Roman PhD, Paul Lomax, Ron Petrusha

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Name

End... Statement

Syntax

End
End Class
End Enum
End Function
End Get
End If
End Interface
End Module
End Namespace
End Property
End Select
End Set
End Structure
End Sub
End SyncLock
End Try
End With
End While

Description

Ends a procedure or a block of code

Rules at a Glance

The End statement is used as follows:

Statement

Description

End

Terminates program execution

End Class

Marks the end of a class definition

End Enum

Marks the end of a series of enumerated constants

End Function

Marks the end of a Function procedure

End Get

Marks the end of a Property Get definition

End If

Marks the end of an If...Then...Else statement

End Interface

Marks the end of an interface definition

End Module

Marks the end of a code module

End Namespace

Markes the end of a namespace definition

End Property

Marks the end of a Property Let, PropertyGet, or Property Set procedure

End Select

Marks the end of a Select Case statement

End Set

Marks the end of a Property Set definition

End Structure

Ends the definition of a structure or user-defined type

End Sub

Marks the end of a Sub procedure

End SyncLock

Terminates synchronization code

End Try

Marks the end of a Try...Catch statement

End With

Marks the end of a With statement

End While

Marks the end of a While statement

Programming Tips and Gotchas

When used alone, the End statement wraps calls to the private FileSystem.CloseAllFiles function, as well as to the System.Environment object’s Exit method, making it relatively ...

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