This sample shows how to create and use a DLL in C#.
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To build and run the Libraries sample within Visual Studio
In Solution Explorer, right-click the FunctionTest project, and then click Set as StartUp Project.
In Solution Explorer, right-click the FunctionTest project, and then click Properties.
Open the Configuration Properties folder and then click Debug.
In the Command Line Arguments property, type 3 5 10.
On the Debug menu, click Start Without Debugging.
This will automatically build the library in Functions and execute the program.
To build and run the Libraries sample from a command prompt
Use the Change Directory command to change to the Functions directory.
Type the following:
csc /target:library /out:Functions.dll Factorial.cs DigitCounter.cs
Use the Change Directory command to change to the FunctionTest directory.
Type the following:
copy ..\Functions\Functions.dll . csc /out:FunctionTest.exe /R:Functions.DLL FunctionClient.cs FunctionTest 3 5 10