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Old 01-16-2008, 09:55 PM   #1
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C Sharp Programming Program

I personally don't know much about C Sharp, but if I can find what I'm looking for I will be able to convert another windows user to Linux, so help me if you can. I know C Sharp uses visual studio which is made by Microsoft. Is there a free program like C Sharp for Linux? Thanks for your time.
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It's called Mono.
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There's a few C# compilers for other OSs out there, but the one with the most traction is the one from the Mono project. Console applications should wrok fine, but GUI apps will probably have to be re-written in GTK#. I can't tell you for sure since I've never programmed in that language before.


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