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visual studio C# command line?

Posted 31 January 2013 - 12:08 PM

hi all, i have reached in my self learning book exception handling, it wants me to run the examples it gives but pass arguments using the command line. i am using visual C# express is this set up as defualt or do i have to do something in order to get it running? i know i can go into start and cmd.exe but i guessing the command line needs to be run inside visual studio in order to run these programs?

please help as i cant see me doing this section without going through the code and i need to run them and debug to learn bits of code but cant with using the command line

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Re: visual studio C# command line?

Posted 31 January 2013 - 12:12 PM

Rephrase what you are looking for. What you typed isn't making sense. Do you want to run your compiled application from a command line, or are you looking to do the compiling of your app in the command line?
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Re: visual studio C# command line?

Posted 31 January 2013 - 12:15 PM

If you just need to set command-line arguments for testing then choose the Project menu, YourProject Properties, and the Debug tab; you can enter the command-line arguments there.

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