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Adding addtional Modules to a C# Solution.

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Hi, I'm using MS VS2010, C#.NET. I currently have an application with a lot of methods all rolled up above the code for my Controls. I'd like to organize my code-behind in a more intuitive manner (at least intuitive for me) and be able to add Modules (additional Tabs) where I can put all the code that is general math related into one Tab and another Tab for all the code dealing with hexadecimal manipulations, etc. I guess I can use Namespaces, but is that the best approach. I recall in VB.NET I was able to add Modules to the application and have different modules (i.e. pages , Tabs) for different code types.

Is that possible in C#, if so how would I do that, and if not what is a better approach other than to have all my code on one page all rolled up?

Thanks,
Fulano
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