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Function tooltip descriptions.

Posted on 2003-12-02
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When you're working in .NET, and it gives you a list of functions, etc. that could complete what you're trying to type, the functions that are listed are accompanied by a tooltip with a description of what the function does. How can I add my own descriptions to my functions, such that they show up like this?

I know this can be done in C#.NET using XML style documentation, but I need to know how to do it in VB.NET.

Thanks.
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To my knowledge, there is no way to do it in VB.NET. This is one of the ways MS tried to push C# so hard...
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Yes I don't think it is avaiable on VB.NET

In C# you can do /// but not in BV.NET
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by:RealGoon
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im not really sure about this but you might try using the comment character twice like
'' Description
or try putting it three times
''' Description

Hope this helps,
Dan.
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