Hi there!... i was seeing some codes in Python, but i can't understand it, so... i really don't want learn phyton, by that reason i want to know some things (specific things) for try convert it, now... if someone can convert it for me, i'll be sooo glad :P.

Here's the code:

```
# Modules
import random
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Constants
KNIGHT = -1
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Class
class knightTour(object):
""" Knight's Tour """
def __init__(self, row=8, col=8):
self.row = row
self.col = col
self.knight = None
self.top = (row * col) - 1
self.grid = [0] * self.row
for i in range(self.row):
self.grid[i] = [0] * self.col
def __str__(self):
s = []
X = "|> "
for i in range(self.row):
for j in range(self.col):
if self.grid[i][j] == :
s.append(X)
else:
s.append("%2d " % self.grid[i][j])
s.append("\n")
return "".join(s)
def set(self, pos):
self.knight = pos
self.grid[pos[0]][pos[1]] = KNIGHT
def fwd(self, new_pos, cont):
self.grid[self.knight[0]][self.knight[1]] = cont
self.grid[new_pos[0]][new_pos[1]] = KNIGHT
self.knight = new_pos
def bck(self, old_pos):
self.grid[self.knight[0]][self.knight[1]] = 0
self.grid[old_pos[0]][old_pos[1]] = KNIGHT
self.knight = old_pos
def successors(self, pos):
row = pos[0]
col = pos[1]
moves = [(1, 2), (1, -2), (-1, 2), (-1, -2), (2, 1), (2, -1), (-2, 1),
(-2, -1)]
successors = []
for v, w in moves:
if (row + v >= 0 and row + v < self.row and col + w >= 0 and
col + w < self.col):
if self.grid[row + v][col + w] == 0:
successors.append((row + v, col + w))
return successors
def heuristic(self, successors):
""" heuristic(self, list of tuples successors) -> list of tuples
Warnsdorff's algorithm.
"""
tmp = []
for x in successors:
tmp.append(self.successors(x))
for i in range(len(tmp) - 1):
minimo = i
for j in range(i + 1, len(tmp)):
if len(tmp[j]) < len(tmp[minimo]):
minimo = j
tmp[i], tmp[minimo] = tmp[minimo], tmp[i]
successors[i], successors[minimo] = successors[minimo], successors[i]
return successors
def knightTour(self, pos, cont=0):
print self
if cont == 0:
self.set(pos)
old_pos = self.knight
self.fwd(pos, cont)
if cont == self.top:
return True
else:
successors = self.heuristic(self.successors(pos))
for x in successors:
if self.knightTour(x, cont + 1):
return True
print "i will not find a way."
exit(0)
self.bck(old_pos)
return False
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
def main():
input = raw_input("Write the number of rows and columns (eg: 8 8)\n>> ")
input = input.split(" ")
row = int(input[0])
col = int(input[1])
pc = knightTour(row, col)
if pc.knightTour((random.randrange(0, row), random.randrange(0, col))):
print "A way is found!: \n"
print pc
else:
print "Does not found any way"
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()
```

Well, I know this code is the "Knight's tour", but i do not know how to convert it to C# or VB.NET.

(Of course, I'm a .NET programmer, not Python, and makes me dificult to make the conversion, I really want to see how it works in C# or VB.NET).

If someone can tell me to do, or convert it for me, i'll be grateful.

PS: My native language isn't english, so... if you don't understand something, please notify me, and i will remake the question ;).

*Edited 5 Years Ago by Sandmann*: n/a