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Old August 22nd, 2003, 05:58 PM
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hello everyone Im a newbies in programming and I choose VB.Net as
my first programming...I make my first very simple VB.Net code please help me how can I compile it into .exe...Thanks

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Hi there,

Are you using Visual Studio.NET for your programming? If so, simply press F5 to start running the program. If you want to make an exe, set Debug to Release on the Standard toolbar and choose Build | Build Solution. You'll find the .exe in your bin folder in your project.

If you have created the source code in a text editor, you'll need to compile your program using the command line compiler called vbc.exe. For more help, type vbc.exe /? in a command prompt (make sure that the location of this file is within the path variable of your command prompt).

Check out this article at MSDN for more information.

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The solution (.EXE) in VisualStudio.NET don't seem to work on my other computer... and the other one give me a bunch of "Errerr non déclaré "Fontstyle"" ... My apps work well on the computer where i created it ... so is there a way to make it readable for all computer ?


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Did you install the .Net Framework on the other computer? It needs to be installed in order for your application to run.

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