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A Sample Chapter from "Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming in Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET". In this chapter, I’ll talk about the different kinds of methods a type can define and the various issues related to methods. Specifically, I’ll show you how to define constructor methods (both instance and type), how to pass parameters by reference to a method and how to define methods that accept a variable number of parameters, how to use optional parameters, and how to use static variables in methods. In addition, I’ll cover how Microsoft Visual Basic programmers can work with operator overload methods and type conversion methods that have been defined by types implemented in other programming languages (such as C#). Finally, I’ll explain the virtual method versioning mechanism that exists to stop the potential for application instability when a base class’s programming interface has changed.


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