Rickey Ward

for loop iterators not assigned

When a loop from VB to C# is converted, the for loop lacks an identifier for the for loop variable. I have to manually add "int" before the variable name.

Is this intentional so you have to verify the types? or an oversight?
Problem by Rickey Ward Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-03-08T19:41:16 by Rickey Ward
Vishakha Baghel

plz have facility of converting c# code into c++ code

Feature Request by Vishakha Baghel Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-03-07T10:57:55 by Vishakha Baghel
Damien Vande Kerckhove

Object Initializer C# to VB.net

The converted code doesn't compile :

C# code to convert :

return new MyObject{
Name = name,
Length = length,
Width = width

Vb.net result code

Return New MyObject() With { _
Key .Name = name, _
Key .Length = length, _
Key .Width = width _

The remove of the keyword "Key" fix the problem

Problem by Damien Vande Kerckhove Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-02-29T16:47:31 by Damien Vande Kerckhove
Paul Forveille

Add Event Handler


For your code converter, there is a little problem that you should consider.
To add an event handler in C#, it is like so :
obj.xEvent += new EventHandler<EventArgs>(obj_xEvent);
Your converter convert it like this :
obj.xEvent += New EventHandler(Of EventArgs)(obj_xEvent)

But in VB, it's really far from it. You have to do this like so :
AddHandler Obj.XEvent, AddressOf Me.XEventHandler

Can you correct this issue ?
Problem by Paul Forveille Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-01-03T18:28:33 by Paul Forveille
Tom Johnson


vb.net: {Strings.Left(full_name, 2), Strings.Right(full_name, full_name.Length - 3)}
converts to
c#: { full_name.Substring(0, 2), full_name.Substring(full_name.Length - 3) }

Strings.Left is correct.
Strings.Right is WRONG!

vb.net: Strings.Right(full_name, full_name.Length - 3)
should convert to:
c#: full_name.Substring(3)
should return all but first three chars of string
Problem by Tom Johnson Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2016-01-03T09:38:59 by Tom Johnson
Antonio Lopes

Check EventHandler event is null (nothing)

C# version
public event EventHandler SendToPLC;
private void barcodeTextBox_KeyPress(object sender, KeyPressEventArgs e)
if (e.KeyChar == '\r')
if (SendToPLC != null)
SendToPLC(sender, e);
e.Handled = true;
VB.NET version
Public Event SendToPLC As EventHandler
Private Sub barcodeTextBox_KeyPress(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.KeyPressEventArgs)
If e.KeyChar = ControlChars.Cr Then
'If SendToPLC IsNot Nothing Then
'MISSING "EVENT" on end of Event Name. !@#@@^#%. WHY THIS?
If SendToPLCEvent IsNot Nothing Then
RaiseEvent SendToPLC(sender, e)
e.Handled = True
End If
End If
End Sub

Very thanks by Free converter

Feedback by Antonio Lopes Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-10-02T06:45:14 by Antonio Lopes
Maury Markowitz

Some upgrades for the VS code convertor

I converted several hundred thousand lines of code from VS to C# using the online tool - glutton for punishment I guess! I found a couple of problems that I think might be easy to fix that would eliminate 70% of the problems I saw.

1) In VS you can have functions with no inputs - subs. There are many common ones, like .ToString(), .ToUpper(), etc. VS demands you leave off the parens in these cases, but C# demands them. The converter fails to notice these and so I have to manually add "()" to thousands of lines of code.

2) VS uses parens for enumerators, like MyList(1). C# uses braces for enumerators, like MyList[1]. The converter doesn't convert these. VERY annoying!

3) The convertor ignores #if #else #endif, and so it sees both halfs of the code. So if you have an End Sub in an if block, for instance, it can't convert it because it sees two End Subs. Suggest commenting out the one that is not active, or if that's not obvious, leaving the first active and commenting out all the ELSE side of things.
Feedback by Maury Markowitz Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-09-17T15:58:36 by Maury Markowitz
อมร อุ่นจิตต์วรรธนะ

watcher.changed += new filesystemeventhandler(addressof watcher_changedcreationtime) ====>> addhandler watcher.changed, new filesystemeventhandler(addressof watcher_changedcreationtime)

I'm tried convert from C# to vb.net
Link: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/58740/FileSystemWatcher-Pure-Chaos-Part-of

in file Watcher.cs

VB.NET (VS2013, .NET4.0) C# to vb.net error is:

watcher.changed += new filesystemeventhandler(addressof watcher_changedcreationtime)

VB.NET (VS2013, .NET4.0) correct is:

addhandler watcher.changed, new filesystemeventhandler(addressof watcher_changedcreationtime)
Problem by อมร อุ่นจิตต์วรรธนะ Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-09-17T05:58:02 by อมร อุ่นจิตต์วรรธนะ
El Capitan

-- line 1 col 1: eof expected

when converting VB to c#I am getting error
-- line 1 col 1: EOF expected
Feedback by El Capitan Status: Not Done Comments: 3 Last update: 2015-08-31T11:12:42 by Howard Woods
Dolf Meijer

Error converting VB AND / OR operators to C#

When converting a VB IF-THEN statement, sometimes the conditional AND and OR operators are converted to '&' and '|' respectively. These are bit-operators, not boolean operators. Expecially when the exact type cannot be determined, the bit opertors are favoured over the move obvious '&&' and ||' boolean operators.
If x.boolField And y.Length > 1 Then
' do something
End If
if (x.boolField & y.Length > 1) {
// do something
Problem by Dolf Meijer Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-07-30T10:50:58 by Dolf Meijer
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