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build vs 2008 application using assemblies

Can  c# applications be built from multipe external assemblies, or should librarys and/or dlls be used instead?  What is the best practice here?
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Arabia_vnCommented:
Sure. And i can say its very very strong. Tools --->Choose toolbox Items---> you can choose .Net framework component, COM component ... For more details better find a book, i think
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Arabia_vnCommented:
Some online tutorial like this may help you out (about creating components)
http://csharpcomputing.com/Tutorials/Lesson19.htm
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abelallenCommented:
Hi,

Just see the below commandline option..
Referencing Multiple External Assemblies

If you want to reference numerous assemblies at the command line, you can specify multiple /reference options. For the sake of argument, assume our client application needs to use types contained in a library named NewLib.dll:

csc /t:exe /r:MyCodeLibrary.dll /r:NewLib.dll *.cs

As a slightly simpler alternative, you may use a single /reference option and specify each assembly using a semi-colon delimited list:

csc /t:exe /r:MyCodeLibrary.dl;NewLib.dll *.cs

Of course, the same syntax would be used when authoring a C# response file.

Full article will be available at the following location
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms379563%28VS.80%29.aspx

Thanks,
Abel Allen
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dhenderson12Author Commented:
Thanks to you both.
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