Shubham Singh

Request.referrer.tostring()

converting from c# to Vb-

public ActionResult MyNextAction()
{
return Redirect(Request.Referrer.ToString());
}

Converts to-

public ActionResult MyNextAction()
{
return Redirect(Request.UrlReferrer.ToString());
}
Feedback by Shubham Singh Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-12-06T14:31:17 by Shubham Singh
0
Darkie Doom

using != if

Using gZipStream = New GZipStream(memoryStream, CompressionMode.Decompress)
Converts to
using (gZipStream == new GZipStream(memoryStream, CompressionMode.Decompress))

Correct one would be
using (var gZipStream = new GZipStream(memoryStream, CompressionMode.Decompress))
Feedback by Darkie Doom Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-09-29T12:59:01 by Darkie Doom
0
nav037 -

array of anonymous type (vb.net to c#)

Dim plans() = {New With {Key .ParentId = 100000010, Key .ChildId = 100000011}, New With {Key .ParentId = 100000012, Key .ChildId = 100000013}}
It should be converted so
var plans = new[] { new { ParentId = 100000010, ChildId = 100000011 }, new { ParentId = 100000012, ChildId = 100000013 } };
Now converted into a nonworking crap
[] plans = {
new {
ParentId = 100000010,
ChildId = 100000011
},
new {
ParentId = 100000012,
ChildId = 100000013
}
};
Problem by nav037 - Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-09-20T10:05:06 by nav037 -
0
Nicholas De La Haye

c# Operators ++ and -- are converted incorrectly to vb.net

When converting c# to VB.net the operators ++ and -- is converted incorrectly which gives incorrect results then from the original code. Consider the following c# example:- TestValue = TestArray[Index++];

This code uses the original value of say 0 in the variable "Index" and then increments the value afterwards. But converting this code to VB. net does not do this!

After conversion we get the following:-
TestValue = TestArray(System.Math.Max(System.Threading.Interlocked.Increment(Index),Index - 1))

The converted code always increments the value first and never uses the initial value of say 0 before it is incremented. You use a the function Max which take the highest value, but your use of Max never uses "Index - 1" as its always less, making it pointless to use the Max function. The proper conversion would be:
Index+=1
TestValue = TestArray(Index)

Please can you fix this bug?
Problem by Nicholas De La Haye Status: Not Done Comments: 1 Last update: 2016-08-22T15:22:26 by Nicholas De La Haye
0
Ulaş Şenol

Request.QueryString(string value) to Request.QueryString[string value]

I'm working convert vb to c#. Please do Request.QueryString(string value) to Request.QueryString[string value]
Feedback by Ulaş Şenol Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-08-17T07:14:47 by Ulaş Şenol
0
Alberto Rodríguez

Merge converter in my site

Is there any way to use your converter in my web site?
Feedback by Alberto Rodríguez Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-06-28T00:33:57 by Alberto Rodríguez
0
Sean Fackrell

New language features

None of the new VB language features appear to be supported, e.g.

multi-line string literals
properties with default values
extension methods (not new but doesn't work)
null coalescing operator (myType?.MyProperty)
Feedback by Sean Fackrell Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-06-15T12:41:06 by Sean Fackrell
0
Chris Langsenkamp

Please fix or close all of the open issues

Lots of issues, most over a year old, no attention. If Code Converter has become Abandonware, fine, but please say so and shut down the feedback tool.
Problem by Chris Langsenkamp Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-05-04T13:35:57 by Chris Langsenkamp
0
Ryan Price

Post-Increment operator

This c#:
tokenList.Add(kvp.Key, new IndexValue(index++, kvp.Value));
converts to this VB:
tokenList.Add(kvp.Key, New IndexValue(System.Math.Max(System.Threading.Interlocked.Increment(index),index - 1), kvp.Value))

The Math.Max has no place in there.
Problem by Ryan Price Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-04-29T06:17:22 by Ryan Price
0
Steve Florence

My.Resources

VB-NET to C#. Converter has incorrect output with My.Resources

VB Input:
Me.pboxOverallStatus.Image = My.Resources.ProgressBar_25_Mod

C# ourput:
Spits out this: this.pboxOverallStatus.Image == My.Resources.ProgressBar_25_Mod
which is plain wrong. "My" does not exists.
Feedback by Steve Florence Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-04-21T22:29:47 by Steve Florence
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