My original answer was:
Code expression explicitly answering the question[MSDN link to details]
(This looks to me suspiciously like the valid answer described here. Of course I only found that "evidence" when editing this meta question.)
It was marked as a link-only answer and edited by the same editor to:
Code expression explicitly answering the question which is also linked to MSDN
I reverted, adding a comment, and he reverted my revert, so I have since edited it somewhat, and I deleted my comment, but I've added information from the link that barely further answers the question and does not explain why it is the right answer. In other words, if my original answer is a link-only answer, then it still is now, especially with the MSDN link not separate -- his addition.
Anyway the answer is here.
I probably should add a little bit of context that can only be otherwise gleened from looking at dates closely: The "accepted"* answer has been there for two years. I noted there was no VB-specific answer and the
My namespace provided one so I added it this morning.
*I say "accepted" because the last comment from the OP, although they have accepted it, seems to suggest they didn't like it (though I think it is ok).