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Cannot reference TA-Lib-Core from a C# application

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I am using SharpDevelop IDE.
I have included a reference to TA-Lib-Core but no reference to this library appears in the intellisense options after entering the "using" directive as it does for other dlls I have included.
I have tried "using TA" and "using TA.Core" but both produce compilation errors.
The version of TA-Lib I am using is: 1.0.2813.38947 for dotNet
Thanks,
Paul.
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For those who experience the same problem - here is the solution.

The namespace reference for TA-Lib_Core.dll is "TicTacTec" not "Core" or "TA".

My next question is how can I shorten the references to the TA functions?
The full reference is:
TicTacTec.TA.Library.Core.<function name>

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