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VBA REM Comments

Sub RemComments()
 Rem Comments start with "Rem" (VBA will change any alternate casing to "Rem")
 Rem is an abbreviation of Remark, and similar to DOS syntax
 Rem Is a legacy approach to adding comments, and apostrophes should be preferred
 Rem Comments CANNOT appear after a statement, use the apostrophe syntax instead
 Rem Unless they are preceded by the instruction separator token
 Debug.Print "Hello World": Rem prints a welcome message
 Debug.Print "Hello World" 'Prints a welcome message
 'Rem cannot be immediately followed by the following characters "!,@,#,$,%,&"
 'Whereas the apostrophe syntax can be followed by any printable character.
End Sub
Rem Comments can appear inside or outside a procedure


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