Author Topic: Translating (reflecting) a vb.net expression into a visual foxpro statement  (Read 2337 times)

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Peter Jamtgaard

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Hey Group,

Thanks for the responses on the expression evaluator.

I have learned that Visual Forpro has a function 'evaluate()' that evaluates visual foxpro expressions.
C# and vb.net do not.

There is also a lot of threads on evaluating vb.net by vb.net.

Do any of you know a way to translate a vb.net expression to visual foxpro expression syntax inside a vb.net application?

Peter

Oh and I appreciate that this group of .net enthusiasts like LISP too.

Peter Jamtgaard

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My mistake, I got ahead of myself, it was javascript not visual foxpro.

Jasvascript.net has an eval function.

How about a vb.net to javascript.net translator?

http://odetocode.com/Code/80.aspx

Peter