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Need some help on the files generated by Visual studio.NET

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Hi! everybody outthere,

Would you please give me some ideas: what are the files that are automatically generated by Visual studio.NET. Ex:xxx.proj,  xxx.vb,  xxx.sln, xxx.resx, xxx.config, ....

and if i want to run the program that i have written on other computer, so what files do i need to put in that machine ?
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by:Ryan Chong
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Since all files are generated when you're programming in vb.net environment, it's recommended to copy ALL files available there to other machine
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by:nsophat
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I want to know about these files.

but anyway, after i have compile the program, an *.exe will be created so do i need to copy all files or only that *.exe file ?

Thanks,
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>>and if i want to run the program that i have written on other computer, so what files do i need to put in that machine ?


Just exe file
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Make sure you have .NET framework install on that computer too
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