how do I perform an action over and over...

This is a discussion on how do I perform an action over and over... within the C# Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Originally Posted by Rune Hunter lol it ins't because I don't know c#. And I do love the lang. I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    lol it ins't because I don't know c#. And I do love the lang.
    I apologize, based on the code in the original post I assumed you were still in the early leaning stages. No offence was meant.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    Just that sharp devlope gives me an error I didn't create, and I just don't like it. Maybe if the product worked right I would like it, but right now I am not sure what to do.
    Post the code and the error and we might be able to help.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Hunter
    I found visual c# 2003 standard for abnout 80 dallors on amazon, but does 2003 use .net 1.1? or 1.0?
    Visual Studio .NET 2003 uses and installs the .NET 1.1 framework. However, I believe it is possible to configure it to use the 1.0 runtime if you wish.

    The 1.1 framework is the most current stable version. Version 2.0 is due soon, but is still in beta at the time of writing. However, we use the beta version of Visual Studio "Whidbey" 2005 (note: not the Express edition, but the full Visual Studio package) where I work and I also use it at home and find it to be very stable (except the designer can be a little bit funny sometimes, but that can be fixed by reopening the application).

    Just because your friends don't have 2.0 doesn't mean you should be using 1.1... make them install 2.0! It's only a 20mb download and you can burn it to CD for them. They are quite able to have both the 1.1 and 2.0 beta frameworks installed, so I see no reason for you to not use the 2.0 beta (unless your application is commercial, but if it's called Drug Wars I don't expect it would be).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean_mackrory
    I've got a copy that appears to use 1.1, but I imagine it's quite updatable anyway, especially between minor version numbers.

    I am thinking about buying 2003. Costs alot though.

    I just love the way that visual C3 2005 works. It is just so perfect and I am afraid that 2003 would not be the same at all.

    I like the code completion where you type a a letter (or so) and it lists all of the functions and classes and things like that.

    And as you said, It apears to use 1.1. And the update thing doesn't sound to good.

    If only they alowed you to choose between 1.1 and 2.0...


    Well I am still deciding so I won't post no errors yet cause I want to decide this first.



    Thank you all for all of the help you gave me and are still giving.
    You helped me alot!

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