References to other assemblies


T

Tony Johansson

Hello!

Assume I have this simple program below. Here I use another assembly when
calling Console.WriteLine(...);
The code for this method WriteLine is located in another Assembly which is
mscorlib.dll
Now to my question in the assembly which is created for this program is
there a reference
to the assembly mscorlib.dll ?
More precise in the assemblies manifest is the reference to the assembly
mscorlib.dll.

static void main(string[] args)
{ Console.WriteLine("Hello"); }

//Tony
 
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A

Alberto Poblacion

Tony Johansson said:
Assume I have this simple program below. Here I use another assembly when
calling Console.WriteLine(...);
The code for this method WriteLine is located in another Assembly which is
mscorlib.dll
Now to my question in the assembly which is created for this program is
there a reference
to the assembly mscorlib.dll ?
Yes, there is. If you use ILDASM to examine your assembly, as I suggested in
another message, you can open the MANIFEST node and you will find a
reference similar to this one:

..assembly extern mscorlib
{
.publickeytoken = (B7 7A 5C 56 19 34 E0 89 )
.ver 2:0:0:0
}
 
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Ignacio Machin ( .NET/ C# MVP )

Hello!

Assume I have this simple program below. Here I use another assembly when
calling Console.WriteLine(...);
The code for this method WriteLine is located in another Assembly which is
mscorlib.dll
Now to my question in the assembly which is created for this program is
there a reference
to the assembly mscorlib.dll ?
More precise in the assemblies manifest is the reference to the assembly
mscorlib.dll.

static void main(string[] args)
{ Console.WriteLine("Hello"); }

//Tony
Of course, each assembly store which assemblies it needs to be loaded
in order to run
 

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