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Hello Experts,

I am new to C# could anyone pls tell me how to convert the following function from VB to C#

 Private Function Msgbox(ByVal strMessage As String)

        Dim strScript As String = "<script language=JavaScript>"
        strScript += "alert(""" & strMessage & """);"
        strScript += "</script>"

        If (Not Page.IsStartupScriptRegistered("clientScript")) Then
            Page.RegisterStartupScript("clientScript", strScript)
        End If

    End Function

Also:

            Dim dt As DateTime
            Dim dt1 As DateTime
            dt = New DateTime(sy, sm, sd, sh, smm, 0)
            dt1 = New DateTime(ey, em, ed, eh, emm, 0)

Any help appreciated.
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private void MsgBox(string strMessage)
{
    string strScript = "<script language=javascript>";
    strScript += "alert(\"" + strMessage + "\");";
    strScript += "</script>";

    if (!Page.IsStartupScriptRegistered("clientScript"))
        Page.RegisterStartupScript("clientScript", strScript);
}
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by:Ravi Singh
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private void MsgBox(string strMessage)
{
     string strScript = "<script language=JavaScript>";
     strScript += "alert(\"" + strMessage + "\");";
     strScript += "</script>";

     if (!Page.IsStartupScriptRegistered("clientScript"))
     {
          Page.RegisterStartupScript("clientScript", strScript)
     }
}


DateTime dt = new DateTime(sy, sm, sd, sh, smm, 0);
DateTime dt1 = new DateTime(ey, em, ed, eh, emm, 0);
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by:Carl Tawn
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Second part:

    DateTime dt = new DateTime(sy, sm, sd, sh, smm, 0);
    DateTime dt1 = new DateTime(ey, em, ed, eh, emm, 0);
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by:Ravi Singh
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sorry carl, posted on same minute!
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by:radhakrishan
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for the reply.

In the 2nd Part:

DateTime dt = new DateTime(sy, sm, sd, sh, smm, 0);
DateTime dt1 = new DateTime(ey, em, ed, eh, emm, 0);

I get an error on each argument cannot convert string to int.

Should I be writing somthing like int.Parse(sy)
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by:Carl Tawn
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If your variables are strings containing ints then yes.
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by:radhakrishan
ID: 16961109
Yeah,
Thanks for the reply.
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by:Carl Tawn
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Thanks for the points, although I think a Split may have been more appropriate since Zephyr and myself posted the same answer at the same time.

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