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C# simple guide for VB.net

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Besides the obvious online conversion tools, is there some sort of online cheat sheet or reference guide where a VB.net programmer can look at the C# equivalent of familiar loops
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There's not much difference between c# and vb.net loops take a look here for a general introduction :

http://csharp.net-tutorials.com/basics/loops/
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