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Converting VB Scripts to VB.Net

Posted on 2016-07-15
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Hi Experts
I constantly find myself having to painstakingly go through VB Scripts to try and convert them to VB.Net
Anyone know of an online converter or a downloadable app that can do this?
Thanks
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There is no such a tool.

Also it would not make much sense. Cause the problem is the .NET framework vs. the used classes in VB Script. The languages itself are basically the same.
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Valliappan AN earned 500 total points
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These links may help:

http://www.netcoole.com/asp2aspx/vbhtml/vbfuncs.htm
(functional equivalents to vb.net and vbscript)

or try Visual Studio upgrade tool to upgrade vb6 to vb.net (to some extent this may help, to show to vs that your code is vb6 like).

HTH.
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