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Hi friends,
I created a VB class with function in visual studio 2005.I got error that can not convert vb system collection.
I am a new person to learn VB studio. I do not know to fix it.
I want to return a 2 dimensional list ( name and id ) without bound
hardcode sets to 10 for test purpose.
Please review my codes
Thanks,

Webjim
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Public Class student
    Private m_studentname As String
    Private m_studentid As String
    Public Property studentname() As String
        Get
            Return Me.m_studentname
        End Get
        Set(ByVal valuename As String)
            Me.m_studentname = valuename
        End Set
    End Property

    Public Property studentid() As String
        Get
            Return Me.m_studentid
        End Get
        Set(ByVal valueid As String)

            Me.m_studentid = valueid
        End Set
    End Property
    Public Sub New(ByVal studentname As String, ByVal studentid As String)
        Me.studentname = studentname
        Me.studentid = studentid
    End Sub
    Public Function getstudent() As Collection
        Dim vn As String = Me.studentname
        Dim vid As String = Me.studentid
        Dim sb As New sortedlist(Of String, String)
        For i As Integer = 1 To 10
            vn = "jimmy" & i
            vid = "1111" & i
            sb.Add(vn, vid)
            'Messagebox.show(vn & "----" & vid, "debug info")
        Next
        Return sb
    End Function
End Class



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