Code Converter (VB.NET to C#, Vice Versa)

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Code Converter (VB.NET to C#, Vice Versa)
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I made this simple program to convert code from VB.NET to C# and vice versa to speed up my C# learning.

Thought i'd share it.

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This would be useful for those who found a code in VB.Net and want to convert to C#, or the other way round.
 

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Will come usefull in my coding learning so i will keep it :> will come handy thanks +Rep works so far.
 

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This looks great! Now I can use all the code that I find for C# in VB :D
 

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thank you very much for this ! :D

KamaluNg you are an awsome coder !

i have used some of your other bots/programs aswell, they just work perfect !!

good job !!! :D:D:D
 

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So all this does is visit a website and convert it with the website? Good job nevertheless.

This would be useful for those who found a code in VB.Net and want to convert to C#, or the other way round.

And No Shit Sherlock xD
 
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So all this does is visit a website and convert it with the website? Good job nevertheless.

Yeaah why? XD Made this when I was learning innertext.

And No Shit Sherlock xD

Love the confidence tho xP

It was thinking exactly what dark was thinking...
Usually those conversions aren't accurate and don't work, so don't bother, just go learn it.

Yup. Throw away all the code you learned in vb.net.

Nah, but really, most common code converters have an accuracy of 99% every time.
 
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