I'm proud to present My First C# program!
This WinApp is really cool! Click the button...
.. and the width and height are transposed!
The VS7 environment does have some very good features! but first a whinge!
There's too much feedback dependent on the disc drive actuator noise!
I'm using a Advanced Server Windows 2000 installation on a low spec 200MHz machine. Most of the installation was performed remotely using a Terminal Server Client.
Do not run the Visual Studio 7 installation from a networked CD drive! The installer does not de-install, or delete. Even its "add components" is a bit limited. And it's slow! And it won't restart a failed install!
To blow away a screwed up VS7 installation I did this:
Use regedt32 to find
HKLM Key Name: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Integration\
There are 2 child keys.
Look for the sub key that has:
Data: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio
On My machine it is:
Key Name: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Integration\14B10BA0-2E68-11d3-A829-00C04FB1799F
Delete that key and all its sub keys! (That is from the parent of the node with Data: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio.)
VS7 seems happy running remotely under terminal server.
Nick's initial Agenda
Nick's first C# program
More C# program (ettes)
Nick's notes about C#
Andrew's comments on the PDC
Microsoft PDC site
January 2002, and Nick uses C# to write a real application!