This is my first ever post on this site. I'm pretty much a beginner programmer and am taking my second semester of C Language.
That being said, I've created a fairly simple program using C in Visual Studio 2008 and wish to use it on other machines. I'm not even sure if this is the correct way about doing this, but I just copyied the program.exe file out of the debug folder within my project folder and am trying to execute that on other computers. On my computer it works fine, but on others (that don't have VS 2008 installed) I get an error saying that "the application configuration is incorrect". I asked my professor, and he mentioned that the machine has to be running .net framework 3.5, which they both are. Also, that program.exe file could have something to do with a debug version of that program.
I have a feeling that it is something small that I'm not selecting before compiling the program or I need to run some kind of wizard. I have no idea.
This is very annoying being able to have a program that runs fine in the developement environment, but not able to be distributed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.