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While writing my code, I want to go to a special sub in my code suppose (Calculate())

Is there Easy way to do that. Is There Any Advice in this whole subject
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If you want to view the source code for Calculate then right-click on that reference and select Definition.

If you want to call the routine Calculate then use this syntax:

   Calculate()

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Thanks Kevin for your reply. Do You Have Also any advice which can help me during coding .
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What are you working in? VB6, .NET??
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