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Old February 19th, 2011, 12:54 PM
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I have Express Visual Studio 2010 and there was no C# command line compiler that I could find, where can I get a command line compiler from?
 
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This is already part of the .NET Framework runtime. Start the Visual Studio command prompt, that has the path set to <windows>\<microsoft.net>\framework\v4.0.30319 where csc.exe can be found.

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