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Posted on 2006-06-29
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Can any one show me what this looks like in VB.NET

[Serializable]
public class MyObject : ISerializable
{
  public int n1;
  public int n2;
  public String str;

  public MyObject()
  {
  }

  protected MyObject(SerializationInfo info, StreamingContext context)
  {
    n1 = info.GetInt32("i");
    n2 = info.GetInt32("j");
    str = info.GetString("k");
  }
[SecurityPermissionAttribute(SecurityAction.Demand,SerializationFormatter
=true)]
  public virtual void GetObjectData(SerializationInfo info, StreamingContext context)
  {
    info.AddValue("i", n1);
    info.AddValue("j", n2);
    info.AddValue("k", str);
  }
}
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by:Carl Tawn
ID: 17012857
I think it should be:

<Serializable()> _
Public Class MyObject
    Implements ISerializable

    Public n1 As Integer
    Public n2 As Integer
    Public str As String

    Public Sub New()

    End Sub

    Protected Sub New(ByVal info As SerializationInfo, ByVal context As StreamingContext)
        n1 = info.GetInt32("i")
        n2 = info.GetInt32("j")
        str = info.GetString("k")
    End Sub

    <SecurityPermission(SecurityAction.Demand, SerializationFormatter:=True)> _
    Public Overridable Sub GetObjectData(ByVal info As System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationInfo, ByVal context As System.Runtime.Serialization.StreamingContext) Implements System.Runtime.Serialization.ISerializable.GetObjectData
        info.AddValue("i", n1)
        info.AddValue("j", n2)
        info.AddValue("k", str)
    End Sub

End Class
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by:norberg01
ID: 17014536
Hi,
the previous comment is the right answer to your question.
But if you want to convert code quickly, you can try this web site :
http://www.developerfusion.co.uk/utilities/convertcsharptovb.aspx

The result is not always accurate, but it does almost the right conversion for you.

Hope it helps

Patrice
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Mystify earned 500 total points
ID: 17156747
book moark these sites, it's what I use:

http://www.developerfusion.co.uk/utilities/convertcsharptovb.aspx
http://www.carlosag.net/Tools/CodeTranslator/Default.aspx
http://www.kamalpatel.net/ConvertCSharp2VB.aspx
http://authors.aspalliance.com/aldotnet/examples/translate.aspx

Some work better than others depending on the code itself, but using them I can usually get it working.


This is what I got:

<Serializable()>  _
Public Class MyObject
    Inherits ISerializable
   
    Public n1 As Integer
    Public n2 As Integer
    Public str As String
   
    Public Sub New()
        MyBase.New
    End Sub
   
    Protected Sub New(ByVal info As SerializationInfo, ByVal context As StreamingContext)
        MyBase.New
        n1 = info.GetInt32("i")
        n2 = info.GetInt32("j")
        str = info.GetString("k")
    End Sub
   
    <SecurityPermissionAttribute(SecurityAction.Demand, SerializationFormatter:=true)>  _
    Public Overridable Sub GetObjectData(ByVal info As SerializationInfo, ByVal context As StreamingContext)
        info.AddValue("i", n1)
        info.AddValue("j", n2)
        info.AddValue("k", str)
    End Sub
End Class
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