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How to edit a sln or proj file and then update the .dll file

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Hello to all Experts,

i have a sln and proj file and its corresponding .dll file. i am very new to asp.net and c#. what i want to do is add a some code to sln file and then update the .dll file. but i have no idea how make the update to .dll file.

can any one please help me out. i really appreciate. i really want to learn how to do this process.
i can attach the code if needed to.
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1) Open your solution in visual studio.
2a) Right-click on the project you want to add the class (or what ever) or
2b) directly open the class you want to modify
3)After you have done all modifications, compile the code (press F6 for rebuild or F5 to rebuild and start debugger)

You are done and hopefully happy :o)

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Bruce  
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