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    Java -> VB.Net Problem , plz help !

    how to translate ?
    Last edited by wgarnett; March 22nd, 2009 at 07:49 AM.

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    Re: Java -> VB.Net Problem , plz help !

    Just learn them both...
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    Re: Java -> VB.Net Problem , plz help !

    There are translation tools for Java to VB, but these are primarily just syntax converters - i.e., "void" becomes "Sub", "&&" becomes "AndAlso", etc.

    The main challenge you will have is manually converting the Java library references to .NET references. You'll need to research these issues and solve them one by one.
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    Re: Java -> VB.Net Problem , plz help !

    I haven't tried it but there is a java converter included in VS Professional.

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    Re: Java -> VB.Net Problem , plz help !

    It's only in VS 2005 , But kickoff in VS 2008

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