Implement VB Web Controls in C#.NET application

Hi All,
     I have 2 different Web Applications to combine. Host application is coded in VB.NET and another module(child) which is to be embedded in the host application is coded in C#.NET. The host application provides the child a GUI boundary to be implemented in. The host application has several LinkButton controls, or Button controls or basically any web control, and these control form the navigation-controls for the child module. Does anyone know how to implement or include or make use of VB.NET web controls in C#.NET?

Thanks in advance...
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sara110Commented:
hi,
you should convert your coded in vb.net to dll I mean make dll projects and make and use component class, then you if it is control , in your toolbox  right click and then add items, and browse and find your dll file and then add it, then just drag it to your form,
if it is not control add it as reference, by right click on your reference in the project in solution explorer and then add reference and browse your dll .
good luck
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Bob LearnedCommented:
If you have a reference to the DLL, it doesn't matter what the language is.

Bob
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nehayaCommented:
As Bob said..!

IT DOESN'T MATTER! This is one of the powers of .NET! :)

Nehaya
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