This year as part of my engineering course, we had to take some programming classes. We started with vb.net (actually thats the only language our tutor know). So we installed VB.net 2005 express. Everything was cool until I decided to switch to C# at first
just for the sake of knowing something that one know in class knows. Someone sent VS2010 professional to give C# a try. I saw that VS2010 needed .net framework 4.0 and required XP service pack 3. I'm running XP-SP2. That was ____ because here internet is so
slow that its just frustrating to use. So I tweaked my system. Played with registry file CSDVersion. Changed it from 200 to 300, restarted and bam I have SP3. I installed .net framework 3 and 3.5 sp1 for no apparent reason followed by VS2010 and everything
So I started writing my first sober application. We were asked to write a cubic solver as assessment for second week class. To further impress people, I wrote one that could solve more than degree 50. I sweated my way to create classes for complex numbers
- which I wrote to avoid using .net framework 4 library to make it compatible with older frameworks.
Program written, everything works perfectly instead for the number precision limitation of 15 digits which made higher degree roots lose accuracy. Then the problem, I cannot compile to any .net framework except 4.0. There's a line below it which suggest
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