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can't access class library functions?

Hi,

I have this vb.net application which I turned it into a class library.
I am trying to access this from the c# page.
I added the reference to it.
From my class, I added using my classlib name.
Then I tried to create an object but can't seem to create one.
Using Myclasslib;

Myclasslib.Mysubclass test = new Myclasslib.Mysubclass();

when I tried to use the method by test.Mymethod(), nothing shows up after test., any idea?
Thanks
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kaufmed

8/22/2022 - Mon
kaufmed

Is MyMethod defined as Public?
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OK.

When  I create a function and instantiated it inside the function, it showed.
Can you guess why it would do that?

using Myclasslib;
public class Form1
{
     
      private void Form1_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
      {
            public Myclasslib.Mysubclass test = new Myclasslib.Mysubclass();
            test.Mymethod();
      }

}
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kaufmed

For completeness, I suppose I should back pedal on what I mentioned previously. The statement, "just know that any method calls you perform must occur in some other method," is not entirely accurate. If you have a method that is marked as static, then you could call that method outside of a function. For example, the following method call is valid:

public class Form1
{
    public static string test = GetString();

    public static string GetString()
    {
        return "Hello World!";
    }
}

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