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  1. #1
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    Default Ground Zero

    Hello,<BR><BR>I know nothing about what I have read in the last hour. This is my first time ever playing with a language that actually needed to be compiled. I think many of you would recommend I go start back at C, but it seems this is where I am at for now.<BR><BR>I&#039;ve just installed the .net sdk to compile this C# script. After I name the hellow.cs script and save it, I then type csc hellow.cs (enter) It tells me fatal error, cannot find file.. no inputs specified.<BR><BR>I&#039;m really interested in learning this, but I am at a great disadvantage with my limited programming knowledge. Regardless, I would still appreciated it if people passing through here could help me out. <BR><BR>Thanks,

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    Default RE: Ground Zero

    Hi... I&#039;m not sure that I&#039;ll be a great deal of help, but, this is how I do it.<BR><BR>Rather that going straight into the command prompt, go to the VS.NET Command prompt. You can locate it by going in through...<BR><BR>Start<BR>o-- All Programs<BR> o-- Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 7.0<BR> o-- Visual Studio .NET Tools<BR> o-- Visual Studio .NET Command Prompt<BR><BR>Start that little baby up, and try hitting the csc exe from there.

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    Default RE: Ground Zero

    It seems that microsoft is charging for that. Apparently it was free during beta testing.

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    Default RE: Ground Zero

    This may sound a little stupid, but are you in the same directory as your .cs file, you may be trying to compile c:hellow.cs rather than say c:somefolderhellow.cs<BR>


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    Default RE: Ground Zero

    Hello,<BR><BR> I thinks it&#039;s not major problem "can&#039;t find file." please make sure that u had save file with .cs extension. because this is general problem when anybody starts programming.and also be careful about dir. under which u r saving file because u must run program from under it.<BR><BR>umesh

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    Default RE: Ground Zero

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