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Visual Studio 2019 - Windows, Mac
 
Visual Studio 2019 - Windows, Mac
1. Download software for your platform, Install
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# Download software for your platform, Install
- https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/downloads/
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** Visual Studio 2019 Download [https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/downloads]
Install the software by executing the installation package (default components include C#)
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** Install the software by executing the installation package (default components include C#)
- https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/install/install-visual-studio?view=vs-2019
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** Further instructions on installation [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/install/install-visual-studio?view=vs-2019]
2. Open Visual Studio
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# Open Visual Studio
Execute the Visual Studio in your applications
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** Execute the Visual Studio in your applications
3. Start Project
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# Start Project
Select option for "new" project on the menu
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** Select option for "new" project on the menu
Under ".NET Core", select "App"
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** Under ".NET Core", select "App"
In the list, select "Console Application", make sure "C#" is selected in the drop-down
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** In the list, select "Console Application", make sure "C#" is selected in the drop-down
Select "Next"
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** Select "Next"
Use default Target Framework, ".NET Core 3.1"
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** Use default Target Framework, ".NET Core 3.1"
Select "Next"
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** Select "Next"
Type "Hello" in the "Project Name", "Solution Name" will autofill  
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** Type "Hello" in the "Project Name", "Solution Name" will autofill  
Select "Browse" to choose the directory for Visual Studio projects
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** Select "Browse" to choose the directory for Visual Studio projects
Select "Create"
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** Select "Create"
4. Compile/Run
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# Compile/Run
In application menu, select "Run"->"Start Debugging"
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** In application menu, select "Run"->"Start Debugging"
For more information on this process look at this website
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** For more information on this process look at this website [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/quickstart-csharp-console?view=vs-2019]
- https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/quickstart-csharp-console?view=vs-2019
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Visual Studio Code - Windows, Mac, Linux
 
Visual Studio Code - Windows, Mac, Linux

Revision as of 09:54, 4 February 2020

Visual Studio 2019 - Windows, Mac

  1. Download software for your platform, Install
    • Visual Studio 2019 Download [1]
    • Install the software by executing the installation package (default components include C#)
    • Further instructions on installation [2]
  1. Open Visual Studio
    • Execute the Visual Studio in your applications
  1. Start Project
    • Select option for "new" project on the menu
    • Under ".NET Core", select "App"
    • In the list, select "Console Application", make sure "C#" is selected in the drop-down
    • Select "Next"
    • Use default Target Framework, ".NET Core 3.1"
    • Select "Next"
    • Type "Hello" in the "Project Name", "Solution Name" will autofill
    • Select "Browse" to choose the directory for Visual Studio projects
    • Select "Create"
  1. Compile/Run
    • In application menu, select "Run"->"Start Debugging"
    • For more information on this process look at this website [3]

Visual Studio Code - Windows, Mac, Linux 1. Download software for your platform Visual Studio Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/download .NET Core (latest) - https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-core 2. Install Extensions for Microsoft C# development - https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/languages/csharp 3. New file 4. Start terminal 5. Compile/Run