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What is a complied binary in regards to Windows forms application

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Hello Experts,

In regards  to a Asp.Net Windows Forms Application, is the compiled binary just the ".exe" file or something else?

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yes... it is an compiled .exe file of your project. and in case of Class Library its an compiled .DLL file.
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