Compiling C# using batch scripts
If you have installed .NET on your computer then you already have everything you need to compile C#. And starting a heavy IDE for a small project seems a bit overkill. Lets look at how we can build C# applications using command line and a simple batch script. [...] 2014-05-06 18:00read more..
Run script only once using registry.
You have created complex batch script to do a job, typically a logon script in a domain with multiple workstations. It's not really practical to roll-out patched images every time we fix something, so scripting is the way to go. But often scripts should only run once, and running it a second time might cause dramas. [...] 2014-05-05 18:00read more..
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