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VB and C# code together in VS2005

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I believe it is a feature in VS 2005 you can write VB and C# in the same
project.
It is ture if the project type is a web project. However in a libary project
that compile to a DLL, once I select a language to start up, I cannot have a
class of another language compiled.

Anyone know is it supported to have both VB and C# in the same Dll project
in VS2005?
Thanks.
Mar 29 '06 #1
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Supporting both C# and VB.NET is actually the feature of ASP.NET. As I
understand now each page is compiled into assembly, instead of one big
assembly with all the pages together. This is the reason you can work with
both languages. I haven't tried, but it might work with Web Services project
as well. But with any other projects like Console App, Win apps, or libraries
you won't find this behavior.

Mar 30 '06 #2

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