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Hi, I have two project solutions! Project1 and Project2. I want to merge these two, so there will be single solution Project1? I tried my best but unable to do so! How to do it without affecting my program, resources, assemblies etc.?

P.S : I m using VS2010

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In Solution Explorer, right click the solution name and select:
Add -> Existing Project

Browse to your existing project and add it.
Remember to add the reference from the sub-project to the main project.
...do it in the "project" tab under the Add References dialog box.

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Alright I have merged but I still see two project in solution explorer.
How to make them as one? Do I need to write code all over again.

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You'd have to merge the source files manually and rebuild, but what's wrong with having two projects in the solution? You can reference one from the other (there's a Projects tab in the add reference dialog) if sharing is necessary.

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My thought was that you just needed to have them compiled at the sme time bacuse you're working on both sets of code.

Can they be separated in different chunks-of-functionality so that one can stay in its own DLL?

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