Convert VFP Code to C#.Net

During a modernization project an important step is for the developers to convert segments of VFP code to the C#.NET framework.  Macrosoft’s proprietary utility, CodeMorph – Sandbox makes this possible. 

Sandbox is an online VFP to C# converter that has a very simple interface with two panels. The user (developer) enters the source VFP code in the left-hand panel and Sandbox analysis and code generation engine outputs the C# code in the right-hand panel.   

The developer locates the legacy VFP application source code file.  The code is copied to the “Input VFP Code” section. Now the user simply hits the Translate to C#.NET button. 

SandBox begins analyzing the code, translating every line and converting to C# with references to .NET classes. 

The converted code appears in the right-hand pane. Simultaneously error logs are generated in the bottom pane. This is critical to developers and allows them to quickly review and fix the errors.  

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Click here to access the Code Morph Sandbox and try converting your Visual FoxPro code to C#.NET online.

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CodeMorph Sandbox is one of the utilities in Macrosoft’s suite of Propriety modernization tools. If you wish to convert your entire application code including forms and database, contact us.

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