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Procedures

Visual Studio .NET 2003

A procedure is a block of Visual Basic statements enclosed by a declaration statement and an End statement. All Visual Basic code is written within procedures.

In This Section

Procedures Overview
Provides an overview of the types of procedures, and explains the benefits of using them to structure your code.
Sub Procedures
Describes how to declare and call Sub procedures.
Function Procedures
Describes how to declare and call Function procedures.
Property Procedures
Describes how to declare and call Property procedures.
Procedure Arguments
Provides information on defining arguments and specifying them in calls.
Recursive Procedures
Provides information on procedures that call themselves.
Procedure Overloading
Describes how to define multiple versions of a procedure.

Related Sections

Object-Oriented Programming in Visual Basic
Covers the basics of object-oriented programming.
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