Saturday, March 17, 2012

Where is csc.exe? - Visual Studio .Net

I'm new to this, so when you are looking or don't have the right path set globally in your Windows System for csc.exe [a Microsoft Visual C# compiler tool], in my system, this can be found in,


For a sample usage of csc.exe,

Z:\devel\c#-apps\dotnettattributes_src>C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\csc.exe /out:test.exe /target:exe *.cs

The /out specifies the resulting executable file and the /target specifies what kind of file type it will be, then the *.cs will compile all *.cs files in the current directory where in that directory contains the file that has the main() function.

Just adding more sense and enjoying with Microsoft Visual Studio .Net

Here we go, MS! lol.

I'm not really a fan of Microsoft but it seems that I am really enjoying there .Net and its languages specially C#. Now, I'm starting again to go back and code using .Net and I'm enjoying myself very much.

I love programming and I love anything else that makes sense to me and then enjoy myself coding. I feel going back as geek now and I love it.

Currently, I'm enjoying programming and learning Game Theory, Mathematics, Probabilistic Graph Model, Search Engine, etc. and etc.