Convert C# to VB.Net

Posted on 2006-10-30
Last Modified: 2010-04-23
Are there easy ways of converting C# code to VB.Net code?  I tried this site but no luck:

Thank you very much for your time,
Question by:gr8life
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ZeonFlash earned 150 total points
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'Error: Converting Methods, Functions and Constructors
'Error: Converting If-Else-End If Blocks

'Error: Converting While-Loops

This is the best results I was able to get using the links as well as downloading the offline converter.
Any other suggestions?
Thank you for your time,

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Vaxman2 earned 200 total points
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Try this one - They have a demo version that lets you convert up to 100 lines at a time.. It worked very well for me so I bought a full copy for myself!

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Thank you for the suggestion, but I still have errors.
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sandip132 earned 150 total points
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If converting code is so easly available, wouldn't it be good if the next edition of VS could have a toggle button to convert your app from C# to VB and back again ..
Then the gap between C# and VB developers would be very narrow indeed ;)

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