1.1. Create a Console Application from the Command Line


You need to use the VB .NET command-line compiler to build an application that does not require a Windows graphical user interface (GUI) but instead displays output to, and reads input from, the Windows command prompt (console).


In one of your classes, ensure you implement a Shared method named Main with one of the following signatures:

Public Shared Sub Main()
End Sub
Public Shared Sub Main(ByVal args As String())
End Sub
Public Shared Function Main() As Integer
End Sub
Public Shared Function Main(ByVal args As String()) As Integer
End Sub

Build your application using the VB .NET compiler (vbc.exe) by running the following command (where HelloWorld.vb is the name of your ...

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