Converting C sharp to Vb.Net

I am mainly confussed with the *****'s if some one could please convert and explain the marked parts please?

The int part in **1**
The buffer in **2**
The encbuffer in **3**
The buffer2 in **4**

Thanks in advanced.


private void Encrypt()
                        System.IO.FileInfo finfo=new System.IO.FileInfo(inFile);
**1**                        progressBar.Maximum=(int)(finfo.Length/32);

                        System.IO.FileStream fout=System.IO.File.Open(outFile,System.IO.FileMode.Create,System.IO.FileAccess.Write,System.IO.FileShare.Write);
                        System.IO.FileStream fin=System.IO.File.Open(inFile,System.IO.FileMode.Open,System.IO.FileAccess.Read,System.IO.FileShare.Read);
**2**                        byte []buffer=new byte[32];
**3**                        byte []encbuffer=new byte[32];
                        int c=0;
*****                        while((c=fin.Read(buffer,0,32))>0)
*****                        {
*****                              if(c!=buffer.Length)
*****                              {
*****                                    byte[]buffer2=new byte[c];
*****                                    for(int i=0;i<c;i++)
**4**                                          buffer2[i]=buffer[i];
*****                                    encbuffer=rsa.Encrypt(buffer2,false);
*****                                    fout.Write(encbuffer,0,encbuffer.Length);
*****                              }
*****                              else
*****                              {
*****                                    encbuffer=rsa.Encrypt(buffer,false);
*****                                    fout.Write(encbuffer,0,encbuffer.Length);
*****                              }
                        lblStatus.Text="Encryption successful";
                  catch(Exception ex)
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Mike TomlinsonMiddle School Assistant TeacherCommented:
This is the result of passing the code through the utility at:

Private Sub Encrypt()
   progressBar.Minimum = 0
   Dim finfo As System.IO.FileInfo = New System.IO.FileInfo (inFile)
   progressBar.Maximum = CType((finfo.Length / 32), Integer)
   lblStatus.Text = "Encrypting..."
   Dim fout As System.IO.FileStream = System.IO.File.Open(outFile, System.IO.FileMode.Create, System.IO.FileAccess.Write, System.IO.FileShare.Write)
   Dim fin As System.IO.FileStream = System.IO.File.Open(inFile, System.IO.FileMode.Open, System.IO.FileAccess.Read, System.IO.FileShare.Read)
   Dim buffer(32) As Byte
   Dim encbuffer(32) As Byte
   Dim c As Integer = 0
   While (c = fin.Read(buffer, 0, 32)) > 0
     If Not (c = buffer.Length) Then
       Dim buffer2(c) As Byte
       Dim i As Integer = 0
       While i < c
         buffer2(i) = buffer(i)
         i += 1
       End While
       encbuffer = rsa.Encrypt(buffer2, False)
       fout.Write(encbuffer, 0, encbuffer.Length)
       encbuffer = rsa.Encrypt(buffer, False)
       fout.Write(encbuffer, 0, encbuffer.Length)
     End If
   End While
   lblStatus.Text = "Encryption successful"
 Catch ex As Exception
   MessageBox.Show("Error:" + ex.Message)
 End Try
End Sub

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timmyzx7rAuthor Commented:
Thanks,  I found this site but it did not work correclty.
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