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translate python to VB2008

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I've written a whole platform in python but for an unforeseen reason i need it in VB... is there a way other than a manual line for line translation to do this
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I'm afraid that it's not something I've ever heard of, and a quick search seems to suggest that there isn't a tool to do it.  I found tools that would go the other way (VB to Python http://www.developerfusion.com/tools/convert/vb-to-python/) but not the way you wanted.  Hopefully someone will be able to answer your question more definitively, but I think you're going to end up doing a line for line translation.
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