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Property files in vb.net

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Is there any concept of property files in vb/net like java
If yes then how do I implement the property file concept in it.

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the .NET equivalent of a JAVA Property file is the App.Config file, which is a XML file that holds Run-time parameters.  It can be read using objects in the System.Configuration namespace.

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Look at the ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings class.

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I have implemented the concept in a different way.
Btw Arthur_Wood & TheLearnedOne's concepts for property files are also accepted. so I recommend to split points b/w Arthur_Wood & TheLearnedOne.
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ssonia27--then you can go ahead and award the points as you see fit.  This is not something that you should relegate to the Moderator of theis discussion.

Simply Accept the answer.

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