If I compile my c# Project in VS2010, I finde two folders in my Project Path (bin and obj). In both I finde the folder Release and Debug (depending how I compile my Project). This gives me 4 folders and everyone contains the Project DLL.
What is the difference between the bin folder and the obj Folder?
Which DLL I have to select, if I want to use the objects of my project in another project ?
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