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Entering the Program
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The source code for programs shown in this book are available at wwwmhprofessionalcom However, if you want to enter the programs by hand, you are free to do so In this case, you must enter the program into your computer using a text editor, such as Notepad Remember,
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2:
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An Overview of C#
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you must create text-only files, not formatted word-processor files, because the format information in a word processor file will confuse the C# compiler When entering the program, call the file Examplecs
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PART I PART I PART I
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Compiling the Program
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To compile the program, execute the C# compiler, cscexe, specifying the name of the source file on the command line, as shown here:
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C:\>csc Examplecs
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The csc compiler creates a file called Exampleexe that contains the MSIL version of the program Although MSIL is not executable code, it is still contained in an exe file The Common Language Runtime automatically invokes the JIT compiler when you attempt to execute Exampleexe Be aware, however, that if you try to execute Exampleexe (or any other exe file that contains MSIL) on a computer for which the NET Framework is not installed, the program will not execute because the CLR will be missing
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NOTE Prior to running cscexe you will need to open a Command Prompt window that is
configured for Visual Studio The easiest way to do this is to select Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt under Visual Studio Tools in the Start menu Alternatively, you can start an unconfigured Command Prompt window and then run the batch file vsvars32bat, which is provided by Visual Studio You may, however, encounter a problem with the command-line approach At the time of this writing, Visual C# 2008 Express Edition does not provide the Visual Studio Tools menu or the vsvars32bat file Therefore, if you are using Visual C# 2008 Express, you may not be able to configure a command prompt window automatically In this case, use the Visual Studio IDE instead However, Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition does supply both vsvars32bat and the Visual Studio 2008 Command Prompt menu selection Therefore, if you also install Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition, you will be able to start a properly configured command prompt window that will also work for C#
Running the Program
To actually run the program, just type its name on the command line, as shown here:
C:\>Example
When the program is run, the following output is displayed:
A simple C# program
Using the Visual Studio IDE
Visual Studio is Microsoft s integrated programming environment It lets you edit, compile, run, and debug a C# program, all without leaving its well-thought-out environment Visual Studio offers convenience and helps manage your programs It is most effective for larger projects, but it can be used to great success with smaller programs, such as those that constitute the examples in this book
Part I:
The C# Language
The steps required to edit, compile, and run a C# program using the Visual Studio 2008 IDE are shown here These steps assume the IDE provided by Visual C# 2008 Express Edition Slight differences may exist with other versions of Visual Studio 2008 1 Create a new, empty C# project by selecting File | New Project Next, select Empty Project:
Then, press OK to create the project 2 Once the new project is created, the Visual Studio IDE will look like this:
2:
An Overview of C#
If for some reason you do not see the Solution Explorer window, activate it by selecting Solution Explorer from the View menu 3 At this point, the project is empty and you will need to add a C# source file to it Do this by right-clicking on Project1 in the Solution Explorer and then selecting Add You will see the following:
PART I PART I PART I
4 Next, select New Item This causes the Add New Item dialog to be displayed Select Code File and then change the name to Examplecs, as shown here:
Part I:
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