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RRR! Well I dont like .NET cos it only works on Win2000, XP or NT4.0 The system i use runs Win98 which means il have to spend bout $200 for the upgrade (in my country, thats bout 30,000 bucks). YIKES! To hell with .NET!!! Or maybe il learn only C#

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The system i use runs Win98 which means il have to spend bout $200 for the upgrade

MS is obsoleting Win98 soon, so you should do that anyway.



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well, maybe il stil continue using Win98. SE (Second Edition) I forgot to tel you that! at least its stil a functionin OS, isnt it?

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MS is obsoleting Win98 soon, so you should do that anyway.

Interesting, do you know how they are planning to go about that? There are quite a few of us still using Win98 so how will MS convince companies to drop support for the OS in their applications?

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they won''t offer support for those platforms anymore.

And are you talking about the .NET framework? cause that runs on any system >= windows95.

Visual Studio.NET works only on XP, NT and 2K, but I think (not 100% sure) that the SDK works on anything.

Also, VS.NET isn''t the only solution to creating .NET applications (although it is pretty darn good). Look into this guy:

Sharp Develop

It''s free.

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Hi,

Officially M$ support for Win98 HAS ENDED!
The .NET Framework will run under any Windows (and some Linux ports).
I''m sorry to here that you need to spend 30k on WINDOWS but thats life(and exchange rates ), i''d hate to hear what a computer costs. .NET Umanaged C++ is one the BEST optimizing compilers out there. So don''t hesitate to spend the money.

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RRR! Well I dont like .NET cos it only works on Win2000, XP or NT4.0

Umm, no one says you have to use it!

Why do people whine about this stuff? Find something that you can use and use it.

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.NET works on windows 98 etc but not win 95. If you go and read the info on the download for the .NET framework then you would know. The only thing it does not support is some server stuff.

go look at the SDK for .nET

[edited by - themonkster on December 4, 2002 1:37:46 PM]

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