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c sharp ide

Discussion in 'C, C++, C#' started by ebric, Jan 16, 2012.

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  1. ebric

    ebric Registered Member

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    can anyone recommend me a good ide to use for coding in c sharp and a good tutorial thanks.
     
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    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    IDE??? Visual Studio is an excellent IDE. Not good enough for you? :)
     
  3. weedsmoker

    weedsmoker Junior Member

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    Best IDE's for .NET languages:

    1. Visual Studio
    2. Sharp Develop

    Personally, i work in Sharp Develop because it have support for more languages, but if you prefer to work with C# (VB), VS is better choice.
     
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    Notepad, and command line for compiling. Can't go wrong with that really.
     
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    capripio Regular Member

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    I used Visual Studio it's pretty nice IDE what wrong I think almost all dev of C# use this IDE!
     
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    Gary Becks Power Member

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    For free you can't beat sharpdevelop.
     
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    if you're on certain flavors of Linux you can also use MonoDevelop.

    Really though Visual Studio is where it's at. I've used many different IDE's across plenty of different platforms/languages and Visual Studio is by far my favorite.
     
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    Is sharp develop free? Open source?
     
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    Yeah, sharp develop is open source (aka free) however I recommend using the VC# Express IDE (free) or the full Visual Studio if you can afford it. VS really has some quicks and quirks that make it easier to use than SharpDevelop, especially if you're a newbie and / or looking for that extra feature.
     
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    I know only about visual studio.
    That is one and best as far as i know.
    If you then you can work with it easily.
     
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    Mono develop anyone??????

    Visual Studios is probably the best. I use mono though. I don't really care I use notepad half the time.
     
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    Visual Studio has best debuggers and support. You should check the free version.
     
  14. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    This thread has closed it cycle
     
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