C# Macro Recorder

Well, not quite. via Unhandled Perception, it’s the Code Converter.

Convert VB to C# or C# to VB

From

Sub ConvertCode()
   
    Dim i As Long
    Dim x As Double
   
    For i = 1 To 100
        x = x + (i ^ 2)
    Next i
   
End Sub

to

void ConvertCode(){

    long i;    double x;

    for (i = 1; i < = 100; i++) {        x = x + (Math.Pow(i, 2));    }

}

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4 thoughts on “C# Macro Recorder

  1. Odd it didn’t convert the statement inside the for loop to

    x += Math.Pow(i, 2);

    That is, if C# includes C/C++’s #= operators, where # is a placeholder for any of C/C++’s dyadic operators. Also very odd it litters code with redundant parentheses. Or does C# give higher precedence to + than the class/structure member operator . ?

  2. First thing I tried, I got

    // ERROR: Not supported in C#: WithStatement

    Shame, all my code is littered with Withs.

  3. OK, what’s a line in C? I forget…my last C code was in ’96.

    I pasted in some code, and got:

    ——-
    CONVERSION ERROR: Code could not be converted. Details:

    – line 11 col 19: “;” expected

    Please check for any errors in the original code and try again.
    ——-

    Line 11, as my editor counts it, is completely white space. And no line ends at 19 except an #include.

    …mrt


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