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I need to convert the following to C#.

Public Structure PageCrumb

   Private _level As Short
   Private _url As String
   Private _linkName As String

   //We are setting all the properties at the time of construction

   Public Sub New(ByVal level As Short, ByVal url As String,
          ByVal linkName As String)

      _level = level
      _url = url
      _linkName = linkName
   End Sub

   //We are making all the properties as read-only.
   //We are not expecting it to change once it is set.
   Public ReadOnly Property Level() As Short
   Get
      Return _level
   End Get
   End Property

   Public ReadOnly Property Url() As String
   Get
      Return _url
   End Get
   End Property

   Public ReadOnly Property LinkName() As String
   Get
      Return _linkName
   End Get
   End Property
End Structure
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Online conversion tool for reference:
http://www.developerfusion.com/tools/convert/vb-to-csharp/

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public struct PageCrumb
{
    
    private short _level;
    private string _url;
    private string _linkName;
    
    //We are setting all the properties at the time of construction
    
    public PageCrumb(short level, string url, string linkName)
    {
        
        _level = level;
        _url = url;
        _linkName = LinkName;
    }
    
    //We are making all the properties as read-only.
    //We are not expecting it to change once it is set.
    public short Level {
        get { return _level; }
    }
    
    public string Url {
        get { return _url; }
    }
    
    public string LinkName {
        get { return _linkName; }
    }
}

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by:Fernando Soto
ID: 24833161
Hi mathieu_cupryk;

Here you go.

public struct PageCrumb
{
    private short _level;
    private string _url;
    private string _linkName;

    public PageCrumb(short level, string url, string linkName)
    {
        _level = level;
        _url = url;
        _linkName = linkName;
    }

    public short Level
    {
        get { return _level; }
    }

    public string Url
    {
        get { return _url; }
    }

    public string LinkName
    {
        get { return _linkName; }
    }
}


Fernando
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