ÃÂ ÃÂ can someone explain the differences between compiling an application with the AnyCpu or x32bit or x64bit compile options?
ÃÂ ÃÂ I can guess what the differences with x32bit vs x64bit are .. but what about AnyCpu? Like, why would i create an application (eg. website or class library dll) targetted against x32 explicitly or x64 explicity instead of just building all my programs with AnyCpu? Does AnyCpu increase the dll size as opposed to explicit targetting at the cost of the dll not working on the other type of architecture?
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