When you save your work, C# will create quite a few folders and files for you.
Click File from the menu bar at the top of the Visual C# Express software,
then Save All:
In Visual Studio 2017 and below, the default location for saved projects is
the Documents folder in Windows. In the Documents folder you’ll find
another one called Visual Studio, followed by a year. In this folder
there will be one called Projects. Your work is saved in this folder.
In the 2019 version, you may have to create your own folder structure.
We recommended you do this, earlier.
Now open up Windows Explorer (Hold down the Windows key on your keyboard, then
press the letter “e”). Navigate to the folder location above,
or to wherever you saved your work. In the image below, we’ve used Windows
Explorer to navigate to the Visual Studio 2017 folder in Documents:
Double click the Projects folder to see inside of it. Your should see
a folder called ConsoleApplication1 or ConsoleApp1. Double click
this folder and you’ll see the following:
Or this, in Visual Studio 2017:
So there’s another folder called ConsoleApplication1 (or ConoleApp1).
There are also two files, in earlier editions: one that ends in sln,
and one that ends in suo. The sln file is the entire solution. (In later
versions, there is no suo file.) Have a look at the Solution Explorer again:
The one highlighted in blue at the top refers to the sln file. The suo
file contains information about the Visual Studio environment – whether the
plus symbols are expanded in the Solution Explorer, what other files you have
open in this project, and a whole host of other settings. (If you can’t see
the suo file click Tools > Folder Option in Windows Explorer. In Vista
and Windows 7, you may have to click Organise > Layout > Menu Bar
first. Click the View tab, and select the option for “Show hidden
files and folders”.)
Double click your ConsoleApplication1 or ConsoleApp1 folder, though,
to see inside of it. You should see something like this:
Now we have three more folders and three files. You can see the bin and obj
folders in the Solution Explorer. Click ConsoleApplication1 or ConsoleApp1,
second from the top. Then click the icon for Show all Files, circled in red
in the image above:
The bin and obj folders will appear. Click the arrow symbols
to see what’s inside of these folders. You’ll see something like this:
The important one for us is the Debug folder under bin. You’ll see why it’s
important in a moment. However, it’s time to write some code!
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