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I would like to make out only the Instance method of an object. How would I Make this possible in Visual Studio Intellisense? And would also like to know the customization that you might do using Visual Studio IDE or other IDE.

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To create the instance method of an object in visual studio, you will first of all need to define a class "myclass" in the App_Code directory of the application that you are using. You will need to try using the following syntaxes which should both work:

dim x as new myclass
dim x as new myclass()

You will also need to create a dll file by using VC++ Win32 Dynamic-Link Library Project type. After you have done that, you will thereafter need to compile the dll and register it in system32, and with that you will have created the instance method of an object using the visual studio application.

-Thompson Locker