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C# Script for .NET 2.0

, 29 Jan 2006
A simple yet amazingly powerful script engine for C# and .NET 2.0.
csharpscript.zip
CSScript
bin
Release
css.exe
CSScript.csproj.user
icons
css.ico
script.ico
installer
fileassoc.nsh
setup.exe
setup.nsi
Properties
Settings.settings
samples
about_css.csx
helloworld.csx
include.csx
includetest.csx
main_helloworld.csx
settings

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Ed.Poore
Engineer PooreDesign
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Ed is a student who due to a form of cancer (now clear) took a year out before going to Imperial College, London to study Electronic Engineering.
 
His interests include shooting (clay-pigeon (shotgun), air-rifle and rifle), playing with his three labradors (Sandy, Rosie and Tundra), programming (most experienced in C# and C, although those are not the only ones), walking (has completed Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award), playing games and reading.
 
He lives in two places on a 57 acre farm in West Waleswith the rest of the family during the holidays; and Greater London during term time.
 
Languages and Technologies: C#, C, VB6, VB.NET, XAML, (X)HTML, CSS, XSLT, Assembler (PIC), ASP.NET, WPF, Windows.Forms, ASP, VBScript, JavaScript, Pascal / Delphi, XML
 
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1st Year MEng Electronics Engineering (Imperial College, London)

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