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Application Development Using Visual Basic® and .NET by Dana L. Wyatt, Peter Thorsteinson, Robert J. Oberg

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Appendix A. Visual Studio .NET

Although it is possible to program .NET using only the command-line compiler, it is much easier and more enjoyable to use Visual Studio .NET. In this chapter, we cover the basics of using Visual Studio to edit, compile, run, and debug programs. You will then be equipped to use Visual Studio in the rest of the book. We will introduce additional features of Visual Studio later in the book as we encounter a need. This book was developed using beta software, so you may encounter some changes to the information presented here in the final released product. Visual Studio is a highly configurable Windows application. Your installation may be configured differently than ours, in which case you would encounter variations ...

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