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Ok, this becomes very frustrating for me. And i just wanna punch a hole in my computer ( i agree i need anger management classes). The problem is, when I write a console application, it flashes on my screen and dissapears. or after final input it disappears. So i thought I figured it out by using System("pause"); as that worked with every console thing i''ve ever done. So now I go into learning windows forms with the .NET framework. And the first tutorial i''m doing with this book is console and windows form. It writes something in console and also displays a basic windows form. Well, my code is exactly like it is in the book, but mine just flashes. the system pause deal doesn''t work on this. Here''s the code:
#using <mscorlib.dll>
#using <System.dll>
#using <System.Windows.Forms.dll>
#include <tchar.h>

using namespace System;
using namespace System::ComponentModel;
using namespace System::Windows::Forms; 

__gc public class CppForm : public Form {
	CppForm() {}

int _tmain(void)
    Console::WriteLine(S"Forms Example");

	Application::Run(new CppForm());

    return 0;
Ok, so any suggestions?

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Guest Anonymous Poster
why not just run from the commandline?

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