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jeffmanjeffman Member Posts: 112
i need help on executeing a program from vb.net and help on how to write exe files from vb.net. Thanks for any help!
jeffman

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  • DrMartenDrMarten Member Posts: 748
    [b][red]This message was edited by DrMarten at 2006-5-6 1:3:48[/red][/b][hr]

    RE: Help on how to write exe files from vb.net. Thanks for any help!

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    Hi,

    The rest of this might be a crazy answer so please ignore it if it is!!
    [b] The BIN (short for BINary) is where VB.Net stores an EXE of your program. Look in your MyDocuments folder under [blue]Visual Studio Projects[/blue] folder. Select your project folder and find the EXE in the BIN folder. [/b] :-)

    Hope this helps?

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    Now for the "crazy" bit....LOL.>>

    [b]As two copies of VB or .Net running at the same time i think would be impossible unless.>>[/b]

    The only way i can think of doing this is to have any two of the following installed.>>
    [red]1) Visual Studio 2003[/red]
    [green]2) Visual Studio 2005[/green]
    [blue]3) Visual Basic Express edition 2005[/blue]
    [b]
    3) Is FREE from.>> http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/vb/
    [/b]

    As each installs to a separate directory. :-)
    Then if one program allows input from another you could use say 3) to write a program with a program written under 1) i guess?

    This is like controlling EXCEL with a bit of VBA (almost).

    Ask in the MSDN forums too, in case anyone there knows if this can be done.
    See.>>
    http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/default.aspx?ForumGroupID=6&SiteID=1

    and.>>
    http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=25&SiteID=1
    etc.

    Then get 3) to save the project in 1) and you would get an EXE in the BIN folder as usual.
    I can't see why you would want to do this though?


    Regards,

    Dr M.

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