using VB.net lanuage in an ASPX page in different types of web browsers

All,

I have an ASPX page and the language I am stuck with (since I do not want to re-write in C#) is VB.Net.  Will this be an issue for web surfers using different platforms such as Apple, Linux, ect...?  Of course the web site it's self is on a server with Windows Server 2000.

Thanks.
WBurroughsAsked:
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smaccariCommented:
There will be no problem for that - as long as your generated HTML is well formatted.
The language you use is server side, so the browser does not care of it.
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