The <see> tag specifies a link to other documentation from within text.
<see cref="member">[label]</see> OR <see href="URL">[label]</see> OR <see langword="null | sealed | static | abstract | virtual | true | false"/>
Can be used inline within any other markup.
Use <seealso> to indicate text that you might want to appear in a See Also section.
Note: As of release 1.3, the MSDN and VS.NET documenters will only create a link on the first occurrence of each unique cref specified within a documentation section; further <see> tags will just be highlighted. This improves the readability of the documentation.
|null||null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic)|
|sealed||sealed (NotInheritable in Visual Basic)|
|static||static (Shared in Visual Basic)|
|abstract||abstract (MustInherit in Visual Basic)|
|virtual||virtual (CanOverride in Visual Basic)|
See <summary> for an example of using <see>.
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