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Old July 12th, 2005, 10:31 PM
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Dear all,
i am realy newbie in this forum and thanks to belution.com giving me a great oppertunity solve my big problem.
actualy i am visual c++ programer but now i want to jump c# and its similar to c++. my problem is this when vc++ we compile there is shared library and static library samelike, is there c#?
because i created a program its run my own computer because in my computer there is microsoft .net frame work. but when i use other computer its says "there is no ms .net frame work installed" . how can i solve this problem please help me.


Old July 15th, 2005, 01:36 PM
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You need to have the .NET framework installed on all machines that want to run a .NET program.


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