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Problem linking vb form to C# using visual studio. NET

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I have create a vb form with coding.
How can i call or link the vb form with coding using c#............??


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you can't do that.  The form in VB.NET MUST have it's code written in VB.NET.  You can encapsulate the functionality in a C# Assembly, but then you would need to call it from the VB.NET code.  C# has it's own forms generator.  Whay don't you just build the ENTIRE application in C#???
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But i manage to add the form.frm to my project. i think is possible to link or connect my c# coding with the form right??
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by:EDDYKT
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I don't quite understand your question.

How do you compiler compile your code with both c# and vb coexist in the same project?
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why don't you simply design and build the ENTIRE APPLICATION in C#.  Use the C# forms generator to design and build the form, in C#????
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