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when a class is compiled and run,(simple hello world for example) the command
box flashes up with whatever the program did, then disapears! so never able
to see for more than a fraction of a second what program output was.
visual studio 2005 express.
any setting for keeping command prompt box open after program finishes
Jan 5 '06 #1
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If you are talking about when playing via the debugger, then adding
Console.ReadLin e() at the end might suffice - then press Return to exit the
console. There might be a prettier way, but it works (I'm the eternal
pragmatist when it comes to debugging...). You could also wrap in in an #if,

// your "Main" function...
Console.ReadLin e();
// end of your "Main" function...


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when a class is compiled and run,(simple hello world for example) the
box flashes up with whatever the program did, then disapears! so never
to see for more than a fraction of a second what program output was.
visual studio 2005 express.
any setting for keeping command prompt box open after program finishes

Jan 6 '06 #2

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