Conversion of C# code to VB code

Hi everyone,

I'm getting into Google's BigQuery, and am trying to piece together some sample code to do some basic functions.  All sample code I have come across on the .NET side has been C#.  I was hoping to write my applications in VB and most of the code is easily converted, except of two lines:

        ServiceAccountCredential credential = new ServiceAccountCredential(
            new ServiceAccountCredential.Initializer(serviceAccountEmail)
            {
                Scopes = new[] { BigqueryService.Scope.Bigquery }
            }.FromCertificate(certificate));

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and

        var service = new BigqueryService(new BaseClientService.Initializer()
        {
            HttpClientInitializer = credential,
            ApplicationName = ApplicationName
        });

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I have tried multiple online code converters to no avail.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.  

I'm using 4.5 framework for my app if that is important.

Thanks in advance,
Dean
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
See How to: Declare an Object by Using an Object Initializer (Visual Basic).

E.g.
Dim service As BigqueryService = New BigqueryService(
	New BaseClientService.Initializer() With { 
		.HttpClientInitializer = credential, 
		.ApplicationName = ApplicationName 
		}
	);  

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But you don't need to make it in one declaration.
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperCommented:
Also check this site for converting vb.net to c# and c# to vb.net:

http://converter.telerik.com/
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