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I'm at the beginning of my journey to get a computer science degree and I'm taking an intro to programming course taught in C# (I'll also be using it next semester for my data structures and algorithms class).

I took a visual basic class last semester that required visual studio 2008 so I purchased it. The C# class uses the 2005 version of visual studio, and the campus lab only has 2005 installed. Will I have to use 2005 or can I somehow make my VS 2008 work for the class?

I know my Visual Basic programs were not compatible.

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You can do i thing, that just copy the paste from VS 2008 and paste into VS 2005, this is the only option u have........

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Yeah, that's what I was thinking I'd have to do. Thanks for the response.

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