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Conversions between C types and VB types

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I've seen a table of conversions between C types and VB.net types.
But now that I need it I can't find it anywhere on the internet.

What I mean, should DWORD be UInteger or Integer, etc.
Do you know where there is such a table?
Secondly, with vb.net should I use
Integer, UInteger... or
Int32, UInt32...
thanks
Aug 14 '07 #1
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Regarding the first question, here are some links:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...20(vs.71).aspx
http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/Wi...ustoDotNET.asp
Many equivalents can be obtained via our 'C++ to VB Converter' (demo edition).

Regarding the second question, use whichever you prefer. "Integer" is just
a VB language alias for "System.Int32", etc.
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"active" wrote:
I've seen a table of conversions between C types and VB.net types.
But now that I need it I can't find it anywhere on the internet.

What I mean, should DWORD be UInteger or Integer, etc.
Do you know where there is such a table?
Secondly, with vb.net should I use
Integer, UInteger... or
Int32, UInt32...
thanks
Aug 14 '07 #2

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Thanks, just what I needed.
"David Anton" <Da********@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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Regarding the first question, here are some links:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...20(vs.71).aspx
http://www.codeproject.com/dotnet/Wi...ustoDotNET.asp
Many equivalents can be obtained via our 'C++ to VB Converter' (demo
edition).

Regarding the second question, use whichever you prefer. "Integer" is
just
a VB language alias for "System.Int32", etc.
--
David Anton
http://www.tangiblesoftwaresolutions.com
Convert between VB, C#, and C++
Instant C#
Instant VB
Instant C++
C++ to C# Converter
C++ to VB Converter
"active" wrote:
>I've seen a table of conversions between C types and VB.net types.
But now that I need it I can't find it anywhere on the internet.

What I mean, should DWORD be UInteger or Integer, etc.
Do you know where there is such a table?
Secondly, with vb.net should I use
Integer, UInteger... or
Int32, UInt32...
thanks

Aug 14 '07 #3

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