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rules for translating csharp to cpp, part 3

Rules for Translating Code from C# to C++: Object Creation and Method Calls

Sometimes the behavior of code written in C# and C++ can differ. Let's take a closer look at how CodePorting.Translator Cs2Cpp handles such differences and ensures the correctness of the code translation. We will also learn how the conversion of unit tests is carried out.

27 March 2024 link

rules for translating csharp to cpp, part 2

Rules for Translating Code from C# to C++: Class Members and Control Structures

In this article, we will explore how our translator converts class members, variables, fields, operators, and C# control structures. We will also touch on the use of the translator support library for the correct conversion of .NET Framework types into C++.

22 March 2024 link

c# to java transpiler

How to Improve Java Code Quality When Using Our Translator

We are going to talk about approaches and language constructs in C#: which are good to use and which are not good. Of course, under good or not good we consider the following: how readable and maintainable will be resulting Java code after translation from C#.

15 March 2024 link

rules for translating csharp to cpp, part 1

Rules for Translating Code from C# to C++: Basics

Let's discuss how our translator converts syntactic constructs from the C# language to C++. We'll explore the translation specifics and the limitations that arise during this process.

11 March 2024 link

c# to java translation

C# to Java Translation – Using .NET Framework Logic in Java Environment

Translation of some projects from one language to another is not only about source code changes, but also about the environment, in which we execute that project. CodePorting.Translator Java Class Library does implement such environment over JCL (Java class library), keeping logic and structure of .NET Framework class library, that makes a translated project feel self at home, hiding it from Java platform implementation.

28 February 2024 link

operations on the source code

C# to C++ Translator: Operations on the Source Code

At first glance, it may seem that the translator has only one way of using it: by feeding it C# code, we expect to get equivalent C++ code as output. Indeed, this way is the most common, but far from the only one. This article describes other modes provided by the code translation framework and related utilities.

15 February 2024 link

converting c# to c++

How We Have Automated Conversion of C# Projects to C++

Customers value Aspose products, that allow manipulating protocols and files of popular formats. Most of them were initially developed for .NET. At the same time, business applications for file formats, run in different environments. This article will describe how we have succeeded in setting up the releases of Aspose products for C++, by building a framework for code translation from C#. Keeping the functionality of .NET versions for these products was technically challenging.

18 December 2023 link