Module...End Module Statement
One of the following keywords determine the visibility of the module:
Makes the module visible to all applications
Makes the module visible throughout the project
Type: String literal
The name of the code module
Defines a code block as a code module
accessmodifier is omitted, the module
Public by default.
modulename follows standard Visual Basic
naming conventions and must be unique within its assembly.
statements can consist of the following:
Constant and variable definitions
Function and procedure definitions
Code modules are similar to classes in which the public variables are treated as static fields and the public functions and procedures are treated as static (shared) methods. This means that, particularly in the event of a naming conflict (where two routines in different code modules have the same name), you can qualify the function or procedure with the name of the module in which it resides. For example, if the SayHello procedure is found in a module named modLibrary, it can be called as follows:
Although modules are similar to classes, there are some important differences. The members of a module have scope equal to the module’s containing namespace, rather than just to the module itself. Also, modules cannot be instantiated, ...