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Simple Framework Question

Hello,

This is a rather simple question posed to us, and as we have no free machines to double check I'm hoping an expert to solve it.

We have an application written using the .Net 3.0 framework, and we have others which require 3.5.  So, when we roll out the 3.5 framework would the application written with 3.0 still function?  Despite a single version of 3.0 not being installed?  (EG, in the registry the users would have 1.1, 2.0, 3.5)
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DhaestCommented:
Yes it's backwards compatible
If you have written a program in 3, it will work.
(3.5 is just an extension)

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