Here’s a quick tip for those of you still using modules in your VB.NET applications.
If you create a module and don’t want to see the module name in your intellisense, you can hide it with an attribute. This can be extremely useful when you have a lot of modules that would show up in your intellisense code and they don’t have names that conflict with each other.
You can still reference NewFunction() via Module1
But Module1 will no longer show in intellisense.
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