Why won't Visual Studio 2003 work for C# when It will work with VB


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Liz

I've been programming in VB.Net with VS2003 for a couple of years. However,
now that I want to use C#, it will not work.

The compiler does not recognize "system" or "Console" even though a
reference has been set to System and the line "Using System;" is in the code.

I have reinstalled the framework, VS, and have gotten the latest downloads
from Microsoft. None of this helped.

Does anyone know what I need to do to get VS to work with C#?
 
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Ignacio Machin \( .NET/ C# MVP \)

Hi,

FYI: C# is case sensitive, System is different than system.
 
L

Liz

I do know that. The reference and "Using" statement were both supplied
automatically. When I type "Console" I get no intellisense. When I compile
the compiler does not recognize "System" or "Console". It says I need to set
a reference but the reference has already been set.

Also, "System" does not show up in the object browser.

What am I missing?
 
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christery

Now not eaven the programmers can read. Usualy only loser/users had
that disability.. haaaah.....
//CY (Who stole chr$(12)?)
 

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