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cannot find my solution dll file

Posted on 2012-03-23
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I have create a simple c# script in Visual Studio 2010 express.

I have built the solution but cannot see the DLL file in the bin folder.

What might i have done wrong?
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Look in the sub folder debug (or release) for the dll.

eg.
.....\bin\debug\mysolution.dll
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thanks
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