I wondering to get dll from cs: Can somebody tell me how compile a C#-code in a dll-file. I know for using Visual Studio 2010 goes automatically. But is there another way?
Sorry I´m absolut beginners in c#
what ide do you use if not VisualStudio?
- alfred -
there are more intro-helps for vb.net, e.g. >>>this link<<< does a detailed description for first apps with VB.NET
>>>here<<< you find a video created by Fenton Webb (one of the AutoCAD development gurus), it starts at "Hello World" and goes deeper and deeper, at least a great introduction.
HTH; - alfred -
PS: Danke für die Grüße
"Sorry I´m absolut beginners in c#"
Don't forget the basic C# tutorials in the Visual Studio help and the examples scattered through the MSDN online help. Those should give you a good grounding in the basics which are essential prior to tackling the AutoCAD interface.
Great stuff to learn c#. What´s the diffrent between Visual C# 2010 Express and Visual Studio 2010. Must I buy licens for using C# on Autocad workflow or it´s enough to begin with Express version. The dll-file som creates in Visual Studio from your C#-project I need later for appload in Autocad. Questions is can I get dll-file also from C#Express applikation.
Thanks for your help.
>> What´s the diffrent between Visual C# 2010 Express and Visual Studio 2010
And with VS2010 you can develop with more than one language, some options are missing in Express ... that you don't really need (within the first months or years) if you have an template solution to start (available for downloads on multiple places).
Some differences are listed >>>here<<<.
- alfred -
For a little more comprehensive resolution
class keyThumper<T> : Lazy<T>; another Swamper
Something thats buried a little deeply in the features is the fact that Microsoft explicitly allows users to use the free Express editions to create software for production work or even sale, as long as they aren't building a clone of Microsofts major products.
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