RE: Jim's VB.net Notes

Hi,
I'm sure that's possible. Here's what I know.

* This machine is XP.
* That machine is Vista.
* This machine doesn't have Visual Basic Express on it.
* That one does.
* Both machines have EdSharp.
* According to my memory, EdSharp installs The .Net 2.0 SDK if a machine 
doesn't have it.
* The command line for the compiler is the same on both machines as far as I 
remember.

What else should I check when comparing the two computers to see what's up?

Thanks.

Jim
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Might you have different flavors of vb on those two machines?  Or might
you have the two machines configured differently? 

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[mailto:programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Homme, James
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Subject: Re: Jim's VB.net Notes

Hi People,

I'm writing the first lesson of Jim's Vb.net notes, and I already have a
question about how something works. I'm trying to be accurate in my
explanation of what you automatically get when you compile a program.
Here's why I'm having trouble figuring this out. When I create the hello
world program on this computer, I don't have to use any statements to
import any libraries. When I take the same program home, I have to use
an imports statement. How do I figure out why this is happening?

 

Thanks.

 

Jim

 

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