Convert to VB.NET

Not sure if this should be in the C# area or here, but nonetheless here's what I'd like to convert to VB.NET:

public void btnCloseTask_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
     Button myButton = sender as Button;
     Response.Write("<script>alert(" + myButton.CommandArgument + ")</script>");
     //Redirect code goes here
}

Here's how far I've gotten:

Public Sub btnCloseTask_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
    Dim myButton As Button  ' here I want to set myButton equal to sender.  However, sender is of type Object; I need to cast
                                        ' sender to a Button and set it to myButton
    Response.Write("<script>alert(" + myButton.CommandArgument + ")</script>")
End Sub

Thanks...
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martie_11Asked:
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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
Hi martie_11,

Dim myButton As Button = CType(sender,Button)

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martie_11Author Commented:
I thought it would be easy : )

Thanks!
bman9111Commented:
Public Sub btnCloseTask_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
 Dim myButton As Button = CType(ConversionHelpers.AsWorkaround(sender, GetType(Button)), Button)
 Response.Write("<script>alert(" + myButton.CommandArgument + ")</script>")
End Sub

ran through a converter, basically what timcottee stated... figure I would post it though
martie_11Author Commented:
Thanks for the post bman9111.

I didn't test Tim's code, but if it doesn't work and yours does, I'll open another Q and give some points to you.

BTW, what converter are you using?
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