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If you are as computer 'inept' as you appear, I'd recommend signing
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Take a look here. You can download the Microsoft.Net Software Developer's
Kit (SDK) and runtime. The SDK a free command line compiler and other tools,
and copious documentation including a C# Reference and examples.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

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A good programmer needs to understand the rules of syntax - something
sorely missing from your cryptic post.

Try a night school course at your local college, its your best bet.

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