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I want to know how we do multiline comments in vb.net and others C# ect.
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Hi there,

The only way to do multi-line comments in VB.NET is to do a lot of single line comments ;)

Really, the only option you have is the single tick (') in front of a line.

You can use Ctrl+K, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+K, Ctrl+U to comment or uncomment selected lines of text. In C# you can use /* ... */ to comment an entire block of code.

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