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i have an application that started life as a windows application and recently i swapped it to a console app as it seems to fit in better with what i want to do. My question is can i make the black console screen invisible

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elimesika earned 500 total points
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HI
Instead create it as a windows forms application and remove the
Application.Run call.  just paste the contents of your console app
into the windows forms application and you'll have an invisible application.
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many thanks
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