End <keyword> Statement (Visual Basic)

When followed by an additional keyword, terminates the definition of the statement block introduced by that keyword.

End AddHandler
End Class 
End Enum 
End Event 
End Function 
End Get 
End If 
End Interface 
End Module 
End Namespace 
End Operator 
End Property 
End RaiseEvent
End RemoveHandler
End Select 
End Set 
End Structure 
End Sub 
End SyncLock 
End Try 
End While 
End With

End

Required. Terminates the definition of the programming element.

AddHandler

Required to terminate an AddHandler accessor begun by a matching AddHandler statement in a custom Event Statement.

Class

Required to terminate a class definition begun by a matching Class Statement (Visual Basic).

Enum

Required to terminate an enumeration definition begun by a matching Enum Statement (Visual Basic).

Event

Required to terminate a Custom event definition begun by a matching Event Statement.

Function

Required to terminate a Function procedure definition begun by a matching Function Statement (Visual Basic). If execution encounters an End Function statement, control returns to the calling code.

Get

Required to terminate a Property procedure definition begun by a matching Get Statement. If execution encounters an End Get statement, control returns to the statement requesting the property's value.

If

Required to terminate an If...Then...Else block definition begun by a matching If statement. See If...Then...Else Statement (Visual Basic).

Interface

Required to terminate an interface definition begun by a matching Interface Statement (Visual Basic).

Module

Required to terminate a module definition begun by a matching Module Statement.

Namespace

Required to terminate a namespace definition begun by a matching Namespace Statement.

Operator

Required to terminate an operator definition begun by a matching Operator Statement.

Property

Required to terminate a property definition begun by a matching Property Statement.

RaiseEvent

Required to terminate a RaiseEvent accessor begun by a matching RaiseEvent statement in a custom Event Statement.

RemoveHandler

Required to terminate a RemoveHandler accessor begun by a matching RemoveHandler statement in a custom Event Statement.

Select

Required to terminate a Select...Case block definition begun by a matching Select statement. See Select...Case Statement (Visual Basic).

Set

Required to terminate a Property procedure definition begun by a matching Set Statement (Visual Basic). If execution encounters an End Set statement, control returns to the statement setting the property's value.

Structure

Required to terminate a structure definition begun by a matching Structure Statement.

Sub

Required to terminate a Sub procedure definition begun by a matching Sub Statement (Visual Basic). If execution encounters an End Sub statement, control returns to the calling code.

SyncLock

Required to terminate a SyncLock block definition begun by a matching SyncLock statement. See SyncLock Statement.

Try

Required to terminate a Try...Catch...Finally block definition begun by a matching Try statement. See Try...Catch...Finally Statement (Visual Basic).

While

Required to terminate a While loop definition begun by a matching While statement. See While...End While Statement (Visual Basic).

With

Required to terminate a With block definition begun by a matching With statement. See With...End With Statement (Visual Basic).

The End Statement, without an additional keyword, terminates execution immediately.

When preceded by a number sign (#), the End keyword terminates a preprocessing block introduced by the corresponding directive.

#End

Required. Terminates the definition of the preprocessing block.

#ExternalSource

Required to terminate an external source block begun by a matching #ExternalSource Directive.

#If

Required to terminate a conditional compilation block begun by a matching #If directive. See #If...Then...#Else Directives.

#Region

Required to terminate a source region block begun by a matching #Region Directive.

The End statement, without an additional keyword, is not supported.

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