VB.NET Build Class.dll During Runtime

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Question

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 10:38:13


Hi All

I just want to ask how to make a portable dll builder like the illustrated bellow

I wonder what would be the code for that button event to compile and build the code on the textbox



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Kareninstructor on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:09:05


This is were you should start, with base documentation below and a very simple example here.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/650ax5cx.aspx


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MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:24:20


I ask for a source code to put at the button1 events and not a link

any way thanks .

 

Kareninstructor on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:29:50


I ask for a source code to put at the button1 events and not a link

any way thanks .

 
The forums don't work this way, the link provides documentation on where to start and from here you need to study the documentation try writing code and if and when stuck come back and ask for assistance.

Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:38:28


Hi All

I just want to ask how to make a portable dll builder like the illustrated bellow

I wonder what would be the code for that button event to compile and build the code on the textbox




The Function should crash on compile since there is no return type I believe. To learn how to write a function correctly please see Function Statement (Visual Basic) and Function Procedures (Visual Basic).

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:43:38


offtopic

Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:47:58


offtopic


How could it be offtopic? You want code to compile a faulty function which will not work anyhow which is why I pointed out your faulty function to you so you would fix it. Otherwise at some point you will waste alot of time wondering why code will not compile your faulty function and possibly never figure out why the code won't work wasting lots of time.

La vida loca

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:49:42


Simply Read the title of my question

with or without  "functionName() as string" as long as it has return "String" it will return string and will not return errors. :P

Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:51:09


Simply Read the title of my question

with or without  "functionName() as string" as long as it has return "String" it will return string and will not return errors. :P

I read your whole thread. Your function is wrong and not in correct format. Try using Option Strict On sometime to see the poor quality code you apparently write all the time.

Credential Class? Really? What? Low level keyboard hook to get someones credentials for some logon and create .Dll with that info so your app can then access wherever the logon is programmatically whenever it wants?


La vida loca

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 11:54:03


WE should focus on the code for that Button1 events rather than the code on the textbox because compiler will tell me if theres any error, but compiler will not tell me that to do on that button1 events to compile anything written on that textbox.

Still off topic

 

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:01:44


Low leve keyboad hook is for virtual keyboard with driver

and credential.dll is not related to that project  

Really? 

Really

Really?

You're so off topic and trolling

i'll report you for that


Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:05:15


Low leve keyboad hook is for virtual keyboard with driver

and credential.dll is not related to that project  

Really? 

Really

Really?

You're so off topic and trolling

i'll report you for that



Report away braniac.

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:05:58


braniac your face xD

Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:06:05


WE should focus on the code for that Button1 events rather than the code on the textbox because compiler will tell me if theres any error, but compiler will not tell me that to do on that button1 events to compile anything written on that textbox.

Still off topic

 

Don't tell me what to do. You should focus on searching the net to find code as this forum is not for performing your work for you.

That's right the compiler will just jump up and tell you there's an error as your app crashes.

I do have code that can perform that but I'm not going to bother finding the project to provide it to you.


La vida loca

Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:07:49


braniac your face xD

Like I said report away.

It seems you aren't even capable of finding necessary code much less following the link already provided in order to learn anything.

Which pretty much makes you clueless.

MetalZERO-1 on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:08:52


as this forum is not for rant boy.

Mr. Monkeyboy on Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:15:03


as this forum is not for rant boy.

Then quit ranting MetalZERO-1. Follow the link provided to learn what you need to learn to do what you want to do. Or don't bother getting of the porch if you can't figure out how to code like the big boys do. Either way I couldn't really care.

Heck if you were capable of doing so which is unlikely you could even search this forum to find the code which can perform that. And along the way possibly increase your skillset using search methods so in the future you can actually accomplish something on your own.


La vida loca