How to pass arguments in VB.NET part-1

In this article we discus how you pass the arguments like pass integer to a function in VB.NET.
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When you call a function you need to be pass the arguments for the function which return some values which shows an output of the application. There are two ways to pass arguments to a function in Visual Basic:

  • ByVal : This refers to a copy of the argument is passed to the function.
  • ByRef : In ByRef procedure the actual argument itself is passed to the funtion.

In this article we discuss about the ByVal reference, We take a example and shows how to pass the value by ByVal reference.

EXAMPLE CODE

    Module Module1
        Sub value(ByVal A As Integer)
            A = 100
            Console.WriteLine("Value of A in sub: " & A)
        End Sub

        Sub
Main()
            Dim int As Integer = 50
            Console.WriteLine("value before function call: " & int)
            value(int)
            Console.WriteLine("value after exit function : " & int)
            Console.ReadLine()
        End Sub
    End
Module

OUTPUT
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