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Introduction - PIC 10C Introduction to C In 2 weeks we will...

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PIC 10C Introduction to C# In 2 weeks, we will beginning learning C#. This worksheet will help get you started in C# and hopefully motivate you to learn more about this programming language. Log into your PIC account . Your PIC account name is probably the same as your BOL name. The password is set by default to your 9-digit ID number. Create a project . Open Visual Studio and select File->New Project. In the first screen, select a Visual C# project. It may appear in the menu under Other Languages. From the icons on the right side of the menu, make sure Windows Application is selected. Give your project a name and put it on the Desktop. (Note: We will run all our C# projects on the Desktop. The Z: drive has some permission restrictions that will not allow certain C# projects to run. So the strategy you'll get used to is to run projects on the Desktop, but save the project folder to the Z: drive before you log off your PIC account.) Set up the GUI layout . Under the tab Form1.cs[Design] you should see a gray box.
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