In the most recent version of VB.Net (2010), one of the most wanted ‘small’ features (one that has been wanted by programmers for quite a while) is Implicit Line Continuation. C# has pretty much had it from the beginning.
Before, when we wanted to to break a line up into multiple lines, for better readability, we would need to add, not only an ampersand (&), but then, a space, and an underscore.
Now, all that’s needed now is the ampersand. You no longer need the underscore character! Yeah – it’s not a biggie, but it is
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