nightstalker — 2012-04-27T03:07:30-04:00 — #1
What exactly bothers you about VB.NET? Just that you do not know the language? If so, then it is very similar to C# in many ways, just a few syntax changes.
You could run the code through a syntax converter like http://converter.telerik.com/ or one of the other ones of the many converters out there. It might not convert it exactly correctly, but it should do a good enough job for you to understand what should be and work it from there.
michaelhanson — 2012-05-01T00:57:33-04:00 — #2
There are a lot of converters in the internet. I've good experience with http://www.developerfusion.com/tools/convert/vb-to-csharp/
If you have experience in C is should be easily to understand.
davejuk — 2012-05-08T10:15:45-04:00 — #3
You can mix VB and C# in the same project.
behati — 2012-05-09T04:13:41-04:00 — #4
Indeed you can, you can even throw in the other .NET languages too for maximum confusion
No but, as the others have said, you can use one of the converters (I've used the developerfusion one) but be prepared to go over the code and clean it / optimize it afterwards, as any converter is not likely to write excellent code. Yet anyway.
ronaldstanley — 2012-05-21T00:56:06-04:00 — #5
In the C# you can use the C Method and and you can create the functions and database like you do in the C Language and also you can use the online method on the internet to convert the code form C to C#.
mittineague — 2014-09-17T23:03:17-04:00 — #6
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