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How to instantiate object derived from class whose name matches a namespace at same level

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I'm trying to develop a VB.NET web app that incorporates the Citrix WI3.0
components. The problem is that there is a class named "TemplateParser" in
the "com.citrix.nfuse" namespace, but there is also another namespace named
"templateParser" in the same namespace. C# has no trouble distinguishing
the class from the namespace, but VB.NET returns a "Type expected" error and
will not compile. How to tell the compiler to explicityly use the class and
not the namespace?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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