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I've created a program in visual basic. I found also a project in C#. But I've read on google that it's impossible to make a project containing visual basic and C# language.
So i was thinking, how to send the output of an console application (C#) to my project visual basic application.

the program in C# outputs in a console the midi commands. So how do i can get those commands transfered to my visual basic project-application?
Posted 29-Oct-12 0:12am
sinhasourabh at 29-Oct-12 6:44am
do you have C# code or just an console application exe ?
sinhasourabh at 29-Oct-12 6:45am
Also are you working on VB6 or VB.Net
ryanb31 at 29-Oct-12 10:09am
Would it just be easier to re-write the app in either VB or C#? Pick one and go with it.

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Solution 1

You cannot mix C# and VB code in "a" project. However, you can have a Solution with several projects, each one with its own source language. And, of course, you may reference one project from another.

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