You can test your programme a number of ways. First, though, it has to be built.
This is when everything is checked to see if there are any errors. Try this:
- From the View menu at the top of Visual C# Express, click
Output. You’ll see a window appear at the bottom.
- From the Build menu at the top of Visual C# Express, click Build
- You should see the following report:
The final line is this:
Build: 1 succeeded, 0 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped
That’s telling you that everything is OK.
Now try this:
- Delete the semicolon from the end of your line of code
- Click Build > Build Solution again
- Examine the output window
This time, you should see these two lines at the end of the report:
Compile complete — 1 errors, 0 warnings
Build: 0 succeeded or up-to-date, 1 failed, 0 skipped
So it’s telling you that it couldn’t build your solution because there was
Put the semicolon back at the end of the line. Now click Debug from
the menu at the top of Visual C# Express. From the Debug menu, select Start
You should see a black DOS window appear and then disappear. Your programme
has run successfully!
To actually see your line of text, click Debug > Start Without Debugging.
You should now see this:
And that’s your programme! Have a look at the Solution Explorer on the right.
Because the project has been built, you’ll see more files under Debug:
We now have a ConsoleApplication1.exe and ConsoleApplication1.pdb. The exe
file is an executable programme, and it appears in the bin/debug folder.
Switch back to Windows Explorer, if you still have it open. You’ll see the exe
You could, if you wanted, create a desktop shortcut to this exe file.
When you double click the desktop shortcut, the programme will run.
But that’s enough of Console Applications – we’ll move on to creating Windows
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