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Chapter 1 Hello, .NET Yingcai Xiao
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Create your first C# program using Visual Studio .NET   (1) Create a project Start->All Programs->Microsoft Visual Studio 2008-> Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Start Page -> Create->Projects Visual C#->Windows->Console Application Browse->Folders->Computer->Z->WP (New Folder) Select Folder Name: Hello OK The project location is not trusted->Do not show this message again->OK (2) Code System.Console.WriteLine ("Hello, world!"); System.Console.WriteLine ("Hit any key to end."); System.Console.Read(); (3) Run F5 (Debug->Start Debugging)
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VS Project Directory   z:\WP\Hello ( the solution directory) Hello.sln (solution info) Hello (the project directory) There can be more than one project. z:\WP\Hello->Hello ( the project directory) Hello.csproj (C# project info) Program.cs (the C# source file) bin (directory for the executables to be delivered) obj (directory for the object files) z:\WP\Hello->Hello->bin (directory for the executables to be delivered) Debug->Hello.exe (the debugable executable, larger) Release->Hello.exe (the non-debugable executable, smaller)
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Integrated Development Environment (IDE)   (1) IDE: all-in-one programming tools (2) Includes: editor, compiler, linker, loader, debugger, profiler, project organizer, context-sensitive help, form designer, programming code libraries, application framework templates, … (3) Microsoft IDEs: MS Visual Studio 6.0: last non .NET version.
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