Causes the compiler to generate a module that can be added to an assembly.
The output file is created with an extension of .netmodule.
The .NET common language runtime cannot load a file that does not have an assembly. However, you can incorporate such a file into the assembly manifest of an assembly by using /reference.
When code in one module references internal types in another module, both modules must be incorporated into an assembly manifest by using /reference.
/addmodule imports metadata from a module.
The short form of /target:module is /t:module.
Note The /target:module option is not available from within the Visual Studio development environment; it is available only when compiling from the command line. It cannot be changed programmatically.
The following code compiles
vbc /target:module in.vb