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conversion to c# from vb6 classic asp and foxpro

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I may be taking on a project would like to check to see if anyone has any pointers tips or suggestions…

1.      VB6 to C# Conversion
 
Need to enhance there legacy system to VB6
Validate their Apps on VB6 and Fox Pro9
After enhancement and validation do the conversion from VB6- to .NET
 
2.      Classic ASP Conversion to C#
 
Applications they have and do for their clients are being outsourced.  They want to bring that in house.
Right now 60% of their Apps are in C# and 40% are in ASP Classic.  The want all classic ASP converted to C#.

 Thanks in advance
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I "converted" an application from VB6 to C# once. I put "convert" in quotes because there isn't really a way to convert it, you need to rewrite it. If they want the exact same functionality you can design the UI the same way, then understand the business processes that the existing application performs and rewrite that code into C#.

Pretty much the same holds true for ASP to C#.
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