standalone .net application

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  1. jass

    jass

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    hi
    i am a beginner in C#.net. i am fed up with one thing that every time i create an application in .net and if i want to run that application on other pc then there should be that .net version available. its so awkward. is there any way that i can completely import the libraries to my application so that it can work without .net after final compilation.
    very curious to know the answer..
    if some body can tell me then i will be very thankful

    Deep Jass
    jass, Mar 30, 2009
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    qvo178

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    the answer is no. YOu need to install .net Framework. It is now a standard part of Vista.
    qvo178, Apr 2, 2009
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