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I just join a new company and my company is providing services in vb and asp and I dont want to work on these technology can i shift my company business to c# from vb in a step by step manner
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You can look at Third-Party tools to convert your code. I found a free one online at: http://www.developerfusion.com/utili...btocsharp.aspx, but it isn't 100% accurate, and for business code, you may want a TP tool.

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