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what is the max amount of modules can be included in the visual basic project

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what is the max amount of modules can be included in the visual basic project? If you do, please send me the link to this info.
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Not sure on what is the maximum number of modules that can be added to a VB project. But I know that you can add more than one module. Hence the max limit will be, the maximum number of files that can be added to a vb project. This could be 255 or unlimited. But I guess you won't need to go that high. Hope this answers your question.
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WOW, the acceptance was very fast. Was looking for more concrete solution. Hope you found one as well :).
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