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Try some rightclicks on various elements. The context-sensitive click is a fast way of fine-tuning particular aspects of your solution and project. However, when clicking, please do not click OK in any dialog box; for now, click Cancel so that any changes you might inadvertently make are not saved. The left pane of the Solution Explorer is your work area—where you write your code or edit your user interface. The work area will display only a single piece of information, which could be some code, a user interface, or a project.

In general, the console application is limited, but it’s an easy way to run specific tasks. Now, let’s move on to the next example. NET application; rather, it is a shareable piece of functionality—typically called a class library. Windows applications and console applications are programs that you can execute from a command prompt or Windows Explorer. A class library cannot be executed by the user, but needs to be accessed by a Windows application or console application. It is a convenient place to put code that can be used by more than one application.

Notice how the other method is referenced by using both namespace and type identifiers. This is how all types and methods are always referenced. A namespace identifier is only necessary if the type (for example, class) is not defined in the current namespace. If you have namespaces with long names, this referencing can get tedious. DoSomething(); } } } The using statement says that if the code references any types that are not defined locally, look in this namespace (MyMainTypes in the example) to find the type.

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