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Suppresses display of the copyright banner and informational messages during compilation.



If you specify /nologo, the compiler does not display a copyright banner. By default, /nologo is not in effect.

Note   The /nologo 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 t2.vb and does not display a copyright banner:

vbc /nologo t2.vb

See Also

Visual Basic Compiler Options | Sample Compilation Command Lines