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Is a Module in VB.net same as DLL in C#.net RRS feed

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  • Hello,

    • A code module in VB.NET is the same as a static class in C#.
    • A class library in VB.NET may contain a code module, use Public Module to be able to access it.
    • A class library in C# may contain a static class, use public static  to be able to access it.
    • Neither a code module or static class need to be created, simply access members, functions and procedures.
    • A DLL is a compiled class project in VB.NET or C#

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  • A DLL can be a result from a build process (can be from any program language including VB and C#). 

    A Module is a keyword in VB to mark a piece of code, C# does not have that keyword. In both you can use for that as well a shared (vb) or a static (c#) class

    Therefore your question is about apples and oranges.

    In .Net a DLL can be 2 things:

    1. .Net a library
    2. a piece of executable  code for instance for web programs or sharepoint. 

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    Friday, July 12, 2019 3:56 PM