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How To Organize code in VB.net

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I am a java programmer asked to do something with vb.net, in java there are packages to organize the classes, how to have something like this in vb.net, I dont like to have all classes and forms in one place
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Hope below points may be useful

1 You can have split your code into multiple DLLs
2 package is equalent to namespace in dotnet.
3 You can have multiple namespaces in single DLL
4 Also you can have same namespace across multiple DLLs
5 You can have multiple classes/structs/etc in a namespace
6 All classes which are under same namespace will be grouped and displayed to you while coding whether it is in same DLL or different
7 You can also split a class into multiple files (partial classes)
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