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How to create New Method ?

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Which one is the correct answer for below mentioned question ?

Which of the following, statements will create a new method on Form1 that could be called outside of Form1's code module ?

1)Public NewMethod() as New Method
2)Public Sub NewMethod()
3)Public Method NewMethod()
4)Public ?NewMethod()

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bhavesh
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paulstamp earned 5 total points
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Number 2 - there is no such keyword as method !
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by:bhavesh55
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2)Public sub NewMethod()
4)Public NewMethod()

Which one is true either 2 or 4 ?

thanks,
bhavesh
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by:NancyShah
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The correct answer is 2
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by:wsh2
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Ahhh.. finally a TWO/False question.. <flipping a coin>.. I'll go with Paulstamp !!!
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