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Combining C# with VB.Net

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Hi,
I am doing a simple client server application using C# and VB.  I had both client and server working in c#. Then I tried to convert the server into VB.Net and run it that way.  When I try to run the Client and connect to the Server (type in the IPAddress of the Server) it tells me 'the connection has been actively refused'.  Is there something I need to do to make the two work together?

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No, both languages use exactly the same libraries so there is no difference between them. You should search the problem somewhere else, not in the translation from C# to VB.
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By the way, I get this error when my host is not running and I try to connect to it with my client. Do you have the host running? Are the IP and port settings correct on both sides?
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