Convert 2 Java classes to Visual Basic. First class simply defines some constants. Second class is a client that connects to a server via TCP/IP and read/writes strings, integers, and double. Visual Basic 6, not .net The issue has been raised of whether to directly translate the Java code to VB or to provide the same functionality while using the strengths of VB. I suppose the latter is preferable. The files attached include 2 files that are the server. These are for testing purposes, they need not be converted to Java. I have also included 2 output files (one from the server, one from the client) so you can see what the debug output should look like
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