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i need example for using in
can anyone help me?
Posted 7-Dec-12 8:46am
ryanb31 7-Dec-12 14:50pm
I would gladly vote 5 for this answer, even though it is quite trivial. I credited it in my answer -- is OP's problem is VB.NET vs. C#, I advice...

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There are some samples on the site (please see the comment by ryanb31) —[^]. If you have so big problems with C# so a barrier between C# and VB.NET is a problem for you, try to use C# to VB.NET translators:[^].

But keep in mind that if you ask question or search anything on the Web related to .NET, most and best answers will be written in C#, because this is, unlike VB.NET, is a standardized language, and also due to cultural reasons. So, if you want to work with .NET seriously, you have to understand at least some C#.


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