M Roberts


vbNullString doesn't get translated to null
Problem by M Roberts Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-07-16T18:27:30 by M Roberts
Darkie Doom

Use of array conversion VB.net -> C#

Hey please correct this issue:
When I convert a code from vb.net to c#.net, the converter won't convert the usage of arrays corretly:
vb: messagebox(mystrarray(0))
the convertet text: messagebox.show(mystrarray(0))
But the right conversation would be:
Thank you :)
Feature Request by Darkie Doom Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-06-27T19:49:01 by Darkie Doom
Tim Hittesdorf

Structure to struct

Public Structure Oid
Public Shared Property RuntimeMac As String = ""
Public Shared Property UnitMac As String = ""
End Structure

gets converted to

public struct Oid
public static string RuntimeMac { get; set; }
public static string UnitMac { get; set; }

instead of

public struct Oid
public const string
RuntimeMac = "",
UnitMac = "";
Feedback by Tim Hittesdorf Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-06-19T14:25:46 by Tim Hittesdorf
Neil Clarke

array length in array initialiser is different from C# to VB.NET

object[] namevalues = new object[2 * parms.Length]; in C#

Converts to:

Dim namevalues As Object() = New Object(2 * parms.Length - 1) {} in VB.NET

Note the -1 in the array length
Problem by Neil Clarke Status: Not Done Comments: 1 Last update: 2015-06-08T16:18:49 by Neil Clarke
Sam Lewis

Incorrect conversion for implemented interfaces

The c# to vb converter does not add the "Implements Interface.Mehod" after the implemented method for example:
When implementing IXmlSerializable the "Implements IXmlSerializable.GetSchema" was not added after the "Public Sub ReadXml(reader As System.Xml.XmlReader)"
Problem by Sam Lewis Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-06-08T15:03:33 by Sam Lewis
Nicholas De La Haye

Bug no number truncation from C# to VB .net

Tried to convert some code from C# to VB .net using your online converter but it translated the code wrong and does truncate the number down.

It tried to translate this C# code:-
return (int)(Sample()*maxValue);

And turned into this VB code:-
Return CInt(Sample() * maxValue)

The problem is the CInt function in VB does not truncate a number down, so if you had a value of 9.98 the CInt function would will return 10. But the C# cast of (int) only rounds down so should return 9 not 10. CInt is mainly used to convert text to a number. You need to use Floor or Fix functions to address this issue.

Please can you fix this bug?
Problem by Nicholas De La Haye Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-05-30T19:43:31 by Nicholas De La Haye
Dmitry Barsukov

Bug in conversion of For cycle

C# original:
List<string> values = new List<string>(value.Split(' '));
// Filter empty
for (int i = 0; i < values.Count; ++i)
if (values[i].Trim().Length == 0)

VB.NET conversion:
Dim values As New List(Of String)(value.Split(" "C))
' Filter empty
For i As Integer = 0 To values.Count - 1
If values(i).Trim().Length = 0 Then
i -= 1
End If
This is not correct: VB.NET does not check values.Count on every iteration. That why conversion is not correct
Problem by Dmitry Barsukov Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-05-11T12:58:10 by Dmitry Barsukov
Amit Valentine

Method with no Attribute

When I tried to convert from VB.net to C# an problem occurred that I had to solve by typing.
Vb.net Allows you to call methods without parenthesis .
SomeString.Trim is correct for VB.net but in C# it must be SomeString.Trim()
This converter does not add those brackets.
I hope Telerik will have a look on this problem.
And thanks for this awesome converter.
Problem by Amit Valentine Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-04-17T21:42:16 by Amit Valentine
David Marcus

Incorrect conversion for String.Split and indexing of results

I have VB code:
Dim featureData() As String = Split(item, ":")
FeatureId = CInt(featureData(0))

The converted to C# code:
string[] featureData = Strings.Split(item, ":");
FeatureId = Convert.ToInt32(featureData(0));


1) For the String.Split it should have used
string[] featureData = item.Split(':');

2) it generated bad code (syntax error) for the second line, should be
FeatureId = Convert.ToInt32(featureData[0]);

Note the incorrect use of parenthesis which should have been braces (for the subscript reference).

Better yet, it could have used int.Parse(featureData[0]);
Feedback by David Marcus Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Last update: 2015-04-07T16:51:14 by David Marcus
garima sah

vb to javascipt

Feedback by garima sah Status: Not Done Comments: 0 Attachments: 1 Last update: 2015-04-03T10:04:17 by garima sah
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