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This is not a good question - we cannot work out from that little what you are trying to do.
Remember that we can't see your screen, access your HDD, or read your mind - we only get exactly what you type to work with.

But ... if your code was "true" (we would say "correct") then it almost certainly would build, so you need to start by looking at what it is telling you as to why it won't. Assuming that you have actually tried to build it - and you'd be surprised how many don't realise you have to press a button or a keyboard key to do that - then Visual Studio tries very hard to give you understandable error messages.
Start by looking at two places (both accessible from the VS "View" menu if you can't see them):
1) The error pane. This contains a list of all the problems VS found when you tried to compile. If this is empty, then the chances are it compiled OK. If it isn't read the message and double click it - that will take you to the line it didn't like. Even Warnings should be checked if you are a beginner, they are there because you are doing something that is probably wrong!
2) The output pane. This shows a summary of the build process, and also any problems that occured during run time if you got that far.

Assuming that Errors is empty and Output looks fine, you need to look at your code and exactly what is actually happening.
If you can't work it out, show us your code, and any messages, and give us loads of detail as to what you tired that produced it - the better your question, the better our response can be. Typing as little as possible helps nobody! Laugh | :laugh:
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