WPF and vb.net example to bind line to control

Hello everyone,

I have a canvas where objects are dynamically created when the user pushes a button.  I'm hoping to draw a line between two objects and then have the line stay connected when one or both of the objects are dragged.  

I've found this link here (http://denisvuyka.wordpress.com/2007/11/01/wpf-diagramming-the-wpf-way-of-binding-line-endpoints-to-shapes/) which does what I want, but I'm having trouble converting the project from C to VB.net.  Does anyone have (or could they provide) a similar solution in VB.net?

Thanks in advance!
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Jesus RodriguezIT ManagerCommented:
Check this Web site for cnvert from C to VB.net
sous2817Author Commented:
Sorry, should have clarified.  I've used that website, but the project doesn't compile.
sous2817Author Commented:
I've got it sorted now. Had to assign a left and top property for the line to show up. All working as expected now.

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sous2817Author Commented:
After a lot of tinkering, I got it sorted.  Needed to assign a value to the .left and .top property for the line to be drawn.
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