VB.NET 10 : Automatic Property

VB.NET 10 : Automatic Property

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Now in VB.NET 10 we have automatic property,

Public Property myName As String = "Test"

Sub Main()


End Sub

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  • You should match the .Net framework's naming conventions - use a capital letter at the start of all properties.

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