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This article is about how to create a simple extension that you can build on for Small Basic (Microsoft). To get started you will need Small Basic, .NET Framework 3.5, and Visual Basic.NET 10. If you wish to see a tutorial for writing an extension in C#, click here.
To create more functions in the FirstModule, all you have to do is add more functions. If you need to get any variables from the user, just separate the ByVal YOURVARIABLE with commas. If you need to return a function, just put return before it like: