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How can i translate the following Class from ASP Classic vb to a C#.net Class

I am just learning C# translating between languages is beyond my capabilities at the moment i have no knowledge of VB

Thank you
Class ASPObjects
 

    'returns Request object variables

    'QType here represents a collection

    '   (QueryString, Form or <A class=iAs style="FONT-WEIGHT: normal; FONT-SIZE: 100%; PADDING-BOTTOM: 1px; COLOR: darkgreen; BORDER-BOTTOM: darkgreen 0.07em solid; BACKGROUND-COLOR: transparent; TEXT-DECORATION: underline" href="#" target=_blank itxtdid="3809288">Server</A>(ServerVariables))

    Public Function GetRequestVariable(ByVal Key, ByVal QType)

        Select Case lcase(QType)

            Case "session"

                GetRequestVariable = CStr(session(Key))

            Case "querystring"

                GetRequestVariable = CStr(Request.QueryString(Key).Item)

            Case "form"

                GetRequestVariable = CStr(Request.Form(Key).Item)

            Case "server"

                GetRequestVariable = CStr(Request.ServerVariables(Key).Item)

            Case Else

                GetRequestVariable = CStr(Request(Key).Item)

        End Select

    End Function
 

    'returns Session object variables

    Public Function GetSessionVariable(ByVal Key)

        GetSessionVariable = Session(Key)

    End Function
 

    'sets Session object variable

    Public Function SetSessionVariable(ByVal Key, ByVal Value)

        Session(Key) = Value

        SetSessionVariable = ""

    End Function
 

    Public Function encodeURL(ByVal p_string)

        encodeURL = server.urlencode(p_string)

    End Function
 

End Class

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public class ASPObjects

{

    static ASPObjects()

    {

        //

        // TODO: Add constructor logic here

        //

    }
 

    public static string GetRequestVariable(string key, string Qtype)

    {

        string returnVariable = string.Empty;

        switch (Qtype.ToLower())

        {

            case "session":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Session[key].ToString();

                break;

            case "querystring":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request.QueryString[key];

                break;

            case "form":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request.Form[key];

                break;

            case "server":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables[key];

                break;

            default:

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request[key];

                break;

        }

        return returnVariable;

    }
 

    public static string EncodeUrl(string p_string)

    {

        return HttpUtility.UrlEncode(p_string);

    }
 

    public static string GetSessionVariable(string key)

    {

        if (HttpContext.Current.Session[key] != null)

        {

            return HttpContext.Current.Session[key].ToString();

        }

        else

        {

            return "";

        }

    }
 

    public static void SetSessionVariable(string key, object value)

    {

        HttpContext.Current.Session[key] = value;

    }

}

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Hello ,

You can use above class as simple

string  encodeURL = ASPObjects.EncodeUrl("http://www.expert-exchange.com");

I created static class for that. You want to go like

ASPObjects obj = new ASPObjects();
obj.EncdoeUrl("");
then use attached class with this comment.

using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Web;
 

/// <summary>

/// Summary description for Class1

/// </summary>

public class ASPObjects

{

    public ASPObjects()

    {

        //

        // TODO: Add constructor logic here

        //

    }
 

    public string GetRequestVariable(string key, string Qtype)

    {

        string returnVariable = string.Empty;

        switch (Qtype.ToLower())

        {

            case "session":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Session[key].ToString();

                break;

            case "querystring":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request.QueryString[key];

                break;

            case "form":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request.Form[key];

                break;

            case "server":

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables[key];

                break;

            default:

                returnVariable = HttpContext.Current.Request[key];

                break;

        }

        return returnVariable;

    }
 

    public string EncodeUrl(string p_string)

    {

        return HttpUtility.UrlEncode(p_string);

    }
 

    public string GetSessionVariable(string key)

    {

        if (HttpContext.Current.Session[key] != null)

        {

            return HttpContext.Current.Session[key].ToString();

        }

        else

        {

            return "";

        }

    }
 

    public void SetSessionVariable(string key, object value)

    {

        HttpContext.Current.Session[key] = value;

    }

}

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Hello,

This is code file.

ASPOjects.cs.txt
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