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Convert some code from VB.Net to C#.net

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Hey guys,

I'm trying to convert a couple of snippets from VB.net to C#.net:
I am trying to create a thread:

            cmdCancelUS.Enabled = True;
            RCSThread = New .Thread(AddressOf requestcardswipe);
            RCSThread.Start();

and

 Private Sub requestcardswipe()
        If chkUseUSB.Checked Then
            UPED.USBDeviceIndex = cboUSBDevices.SelectedIndex
            UPED.UseUSBCardReader = True
        End If

        UPED.EnableManualCardEntry = chkManualCard.Checked
        UPED.SupressManualEntryRollover = chkSupressManualEntryRollover.Checked
        UPED.SwipeTimeout = txtSwipeTimeout.Text
        UPED.RequestCardSwipe()

        RCSThread.Abort()
        cmdCancelUS.Enabled = False
    End Sub

Also what is the deal with 'Invalid Token' with  '=','(',')'?

Any help is appreciated,
Jerry



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Please try:

cmdCancelUS.Enabled = true;
RCSThread = new Thread(new ThreadStart(this.requestcardswipe));
RCSThread.Start();

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private void requestcardswipe()
{
	if (chkUseUSB.Checked)
	{
		UPED.USBDeviceIndex = cboUSBDevices.SelectedIndex;
		UPED.UseUSBCardReader = true;
	}

	UPED.EnableManualCardEntry = chkManualCard.Checked;
	UPED.SupressManualEntryRollover = chkSupressManualEntryRollover.Checked;
	UPED.SwipeTimeout = txtSwipeTimeout.Text;
	UPED.RequestCardSwipe();

	RCSThread.Abort();
	cmdCancelUS.Enabled = false;
}

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by:JDL129
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wdosanjos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

How do I declare RCSThread?

Thanks,
Jerry
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by:wdosanjos
ID: 36552046
You should define it as:

private Thread RCSThread;
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Whenever you need to convert from VB.NET to C# in future, use http://www.developerfusion.com/tools/convert/vb-to-csharp/
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by:JDL129
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Hey guys, so sorry I'm late awarding points but my laptop doesn't work on the
Expert-Exchange short cuts so I opened it in expert mode.

Works now!!

Thanks for all your help!!!!
Jerry
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