Does .net 3.5 replace the need for .net 2.0 and 4.0? Does Msft .net framework 3.5 replace the need for .net framework 2.0 and 4.0?
That would be great, if so.
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Any given app is written to require a specific version of the .net framework.
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The way it works is 1.x written apps need 1.x framework, similar with 4.x written apps needing 4.x framework.
However, 2.x and 3.5x written apps will work with the 3.5 framework. So if you have an app that calls for the .net 2.x framework, and only have the 3.5 framework installed, the app will still work.
Why they did that one 2/3.5 naming oddity, I don't know.
Saint Petersburg, FL
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Cool. So with net 3.5 we have 2.0 and 3.0 as well, but not 4.0 - correct?
That's good. Two less versions of .net to worry about if space is limited on the OS drive such as small SSDs.