"Kent" <KP@KP.com> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> About the only thing that separates VB.Net from C# is a couple of curley
Maybe you should try compiling your VB.NET code in C# before you make such
statements. While the two languages have similar capabilities, the syntax
differences between them amount to much more than "a couple of curley[sic]
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