Visual Basic .NET/Style Guide

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This is the style guide for the Visual Basic .NET wikibook. Please try to follow it when making changes or additions to this book. If you find a page that does not follow this guide please change it.

Code[edit]

When adding code examples, please color it as it would appear in VB .NET. Use the font HTML Tags to do this. Example:

<font color="green">' This is a comment</font>
 <font color="blue">Dim</font> x <font color="blue">As</font> Integer = 5
 <font color="blue">Dim</font> s <font color="blue">As</font> String = <font color="#A31515">"Hello World!"</font>

produces:

' This is a comment
Dim x As Integer = 5
Dim s As String = "Hello World!"
Apologies I just stumbled across this and have been updating some of the pages using the <syntaxhighlight lang="vbnet"> tag. Please feel free to revert Pluke (discusscontribs) 15:15, 25 February 2012 (UTC)