razor C# to vb.net

I am learning mvc3. I found the following code

@helper Silverlight(string xapPath, string version) {  
   <div>        
    <p>Silverlight Helper</p>
    <p>@xapPath</p>      
    <p>@version</p>    
   </div>
}

Can you please convert it to vb.net please?

Regards,
Soumen
Soumen-RoyAsked:
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CodeCruiserCommented:
Try following

@helper Silverlight(xapPath as String, version as String)
   <div>        
    <p>Silverlight Helper</p>
    <p>@xapPath</p>      
    <p>@version</p>    
   </div>
End Helper

http://dotnetslackers.com/articles/aspnet/Razor-Functions-and-Helpers.aspx#s7-helpers-in-vb
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Soumen-RoyAuthor Commented:
@codecruiser

no it not working. following errors are shown

1. Attribute specifier is not a complete statement. Use a line continuation to apply the attribute to the following statement.
2. '#ExternalSource' directives cannot be nested.
3. Identifier expected.

regards
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Soumen-RoyAuthor Commented:
ok ok its done. i am sorry,

instead of

@helper Silverlight(xapPath as String, version as String)
   <div>        
    <p>Silverlight Helper</p>
    <p>@xapPath</p>      
    <p>@version</p>    
   </div>
End Helper

i should use

@helper Silverlight(xapPath as String, version as String)
   @<div>        
    <p>Silverlight Helper</p>
    <p>@xapPath</p>      
    <p>@version</p>    
   </div>
End Helper

thanx
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Soumen-RoyAuthor Commented:
thanx
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