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unable to add System.Exception reference in Visual studio 2005?

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Hi,
I am trying to add a reference as follows.
Add Reference-->.NET tab
but it is not showing System.Exception. So I am not able to add a reference and also the namespace. Could anybody clarify what do I need to do?
Thanks for the help.
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System.Exception is class :)
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It doesn`t need to be added, it`s in System.dll  file and is referenced when you create new console or windows application
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oh..got it..:)
by the way, I wanted to ask if this path "Add Reference-->.NET tab" shows all the .NET references by default? or do we need to do any settings for them to show up in there?
Thanks!
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Think it shows every .NET assembly  :)
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ok...thanks..actually I am trying to learn .Net...so many silly questions on my head..:)
anyways thanks
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