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C# VS 2010 older versions of .NET

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05-25-2010, 10:28 PM
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I only have like 2 days under the belt with C# and the .NET framework so i'm kinda all over the docs.

How can i make the apps compitable with older versions of .NET? i've installed both 3, 3.5, 4 but can't really figure out how to be able to choose when starting a project etc.

Push in the righ direction to some docs is more than welcome, i just can't seem to find any. :S

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05-25-2010, 11:08 PM
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I've personally never worked with backwards compatibility, pretty much everyone uses the latest stable version (3.5 right now, but not for much longer). Since the .net framework is so high level, there isn't a ton you can do to make your code backwards compatible. You are pretty much at the mercy of the compiler. You can have different version apps on one computer as long as they are all installed though. It may work different for asp.net.

I would advise learning 3.5 right now then learn the differences in 4. The two are not very different, most of the changes are additions or advanced modifications.

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I've personally never worked with backwards compatibility, pretty much everyone uses the latest stable version (3.5 right now, but not for much longer). Since the .net framework is so high level, there isn't a ton you can do to make your code backwards compatible. You are pretty much at the mercy of the compiler. You can have different version apps on one computer as long as they are all installed though. It may work different for asp.net.

I would advise learning 3.5 right now then learn the differences in 4. The two are not very different, most of the changes are additions or advanced modifications.
It's not that i want to make it backwards compitable as i assume it all would work fine(if being specific with my first app) with v3.5 it's just that i don't have the option to add in or choose any other within the program. Basicly what you are saying i want to develope under v3.5 but can only do it under v4.

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Got it working now.. appreciate your reply Village.

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VS 2010 is IDE . That support different version of .net frame work like as 3,3.5,4. .Net support many languages.

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