Tutorial C# Sharp - Learn to program with performing exercises C# Sharp

Tutorial C# Sharp

Learn to program with performing exercises C# Sharp

C# to Java - Tutorial C# Sharp
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C# to Java - Tutorial C# Sharp

Lesson 8:

File management

Exercise 8.11:

C# to Java


Create a basic C# to Java translator.

It must accept a C# source files, and create an equivalent Java source file. It will receive the file name in the command line, and it must translate at least:

"Main()" into "main( String[] args )"
"string" into "String"
"bool" into "boolean"
"Console.WriteLine" into "System.out.println"
" : " into " extends " if it is in the same line as the word "class" (and any further improvements you may think of, such as strings handling, or converting a ReadLine to a try-catch block).

Source Code:

using System;
using System.IO;
class CsharpToJava
    static void Main(string[] args)
        string line;
        string name;
        if (args.Length < 1)
            name = Console.ReadLine();
            name = args[0];

        StreamReader iFile = File.OpenText(name);
        StreamWriter oFile = File.CreateText(name + ".java");

            line = iFile.ReadLine();

            if (line != null)
                line = line.Replace("bool ", "boolean ");
                line = line.Replace("string ", "String ");
                line = line.Replace("Console.WriteLine", "System.out.println");


        } while (line != null);

Exercisey 8.11

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