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Convert C# Using Statement To Java Online using CodePorting C# to Java App

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C# use using Statement to define its scope outside of which an object or objects are disposed. But there is no equivalent syntax statement in Java. CodePorting C#2Java engine intelligently translates the C# code and handle this situation by producing try/catch block in java code. This Technique converts C# code to java code with same formatting ready to be complied.

Following example shows migration of C# using statement in java:

C# Code:

using System.IO;

namespace CsPorter.Tests.Convert.LanguageConstructs.UsingStatement
{
public class Test2
{
void Method()
{

//some comments (vertical indent)
using (Stream stream = new FileStream("nowhere", FileMode.Open))
{
stream.ReadByte();
}

//horisontal indent
using (Stream stream = new FileStream("nowhere", FileMode.Open))
{
stream.ReadByte();
}
}
}
}

Java code generated by CodePorting:

package CsPorter.Tests.Convert.LanguageConstructs.UsingStatement;

// ********* THIS FILE IS AUTO PORTED FORM C# USING CODEPORTING.COM *********

import com.codeporting.csharp2java.System.IO.Stream;
import com.codeporting.csharp2java.System.IO.FileStream;
import com.codeporting.csharp2java.System.IO.FileMode;

public class Test2
{
private void method() throws Exception
{

//some comments (vertical indent)
Stream stream = new FileStream("nowhere", FileMode.OPEN);
try /*JAVA: was using*/
{
stream.readByte();
}
finally { if (stream != null) stream.close(); }

//horisontal indent
Stream stream1 = new FileStream("nowhere", FileMode.OPEN);
try /*JAVA: was using*/
{
stream1.readByte();
}
finally { if (stream1 != null) stream1.close(); }
}
}

It is clear from above example that CodePorting C#2Java engine automatically generated the try/catch code to handle the using statement.