How to create a constant in VB.NET?

You use the Const statement to declare a constant and set its value. See below example.

Public Const DaysInYear = 365
Private Const WorkDays = 250

 

You use the Const statement to declare a constant and set its value. By declaring a constant, you assign a meaningful name to a value. Once a constant is declared, it cannot be modified or assigned a new value. You declare a constant within a procedure or in the declarations section of a module, class, or structure.


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