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Conversion Between All .NET Languages

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10 Jun 2010CPOL
The Perfect Translation/Conversion of Code
Here is a small but useful tip

If you want to convert your code of your .NET application or assembly from say C# to C++ or VB.NET or vice versa, use Red Gate Reflector

Why This Is A Perfect Converter

Basically, all the programs we write(C++ or F# or VB.NET or C#) are converted to IL(Intermediate Language) just like C or C++ is converted to Assembly Language.

Then the compiler and linker for IL generate assemblies.

Since these languages can be converted to one single language, they inter-convertible. It is like

a=b
c=b
So, a=c :)

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QuestionSimple tool Pin
Abdallah Al-Dalleh17-Feb-14 22:43
Abdallah Al-Dalleh17-Feb-14 22:43 
QuestionC# to VB.net Code Convertor Pin
carlmalden11-Aug-12 8:13
carlmalden11-Aug-12 8:13 
Generalcompile the project. open the assembly(exe or dll file) in ... Pin
Anshul R22-Jun-10 0:52
Anshul R22-Jun-10 0:52 
GeneralI downloaded Reflecter, but I can't figure out how to conver... Pin
bretthamilton21-Jun-10 6:04
bretthamilton21-Jun-10 6:04 
GeneralRe: I downloaded Reflecter, but I can't figure out how to conver... Pin
WHAK.com1-Mar-15 8:22
professionalWHAK.com1-Mar-15 8:22 
You should compile without optimization and then decompile your own program.

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