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Old 13-07-2009
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vb.net multiline string

Hello to All ,
Is there a way to have multiline strings in VB.NET , Does anyone know how to split your code up on multiple lines ,

I want to enter something like

dim s as string = "This is me"

but instead of "this is me " I want to enter a multiline string. like this way
This
is
me

please Tell me How can i do so ? Thanks in advance
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Re: vb.net multiline string

insert a Underscore on the line is the last words ,And Start the next line with & character

For example
Quote:
Public = "SELECT * From table1" _
& "FROM table2" _
& "WHERE (empid=id)";
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Re: vb.net multiline string

The underscore character has been used since (always) in the Visual Basic language will no longer be exploited in some cases, its presence and especially functionality will be deducted from implicitly by the compiler. Although it can still be exploited and was not removed from the language, the intention of the Visual Basic team is to enable any developer to no longer be obliged to employ the vast majority lines of code they write!

The underscore is thus implicit in the following cases:
  • After an attribute
  • After a comma
  • After a period (eg for method invocation)
  • After a binary operator
  • After a LINQ query clause
  • After (, (, or <% =
  • Front),), or%>
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Re: vb.net multiline string

VB.Net Does Not Seem to such feature and it is Expected to release in Visual Studio 2010. The feature you are referring might called as implicit line continuation.

Example for multiline string

Visual Studio 2008
Dim x = "line1" & vbCrlf & _
"line2"

Visual Studio 2010
Dim x = "line1" & vbCrlf &
"line2"
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