"converting from vb to c#" Code Answer


it means that in c# there is no equivalent for case is = (part of a select case in vb)... except of course that there really is.

you can rewrite:

case is = 999


case 999:

in c#.

there is really no equivalent for case is < though, you'll have to rewrite that with if.

By Leandro Figueredo on February 19 2022

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