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I wrote in console:
Install-Package .NETStandard.Library.NETFramework

but it says: Package not installed

What I have tried:

I tried to wtite how I said above
Updated 5-Mar-23 23:47pm

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There is no such package. You cannot install a package that does not exist.
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Member 14594285 6-Mar-23 5:50am    
Are you sure? In an other software I have NETStandard.Library.NETFramework package
Richard Deeming 6-Mar-23 5:55am    
Ah, OK: you're using a deprecated package, which was only ever available in preview:
NuGet Gallery | NETStandard.Library.NETFramework 2.0.0-preview2-25405-01[^]

You don't need that reference unless you're on an ancient version of Visual Studio. All recent versions will allow you to reference a .NET Standard 2.0 package from a project that targets .NET Framework 4.6.1 or later.
Member 14594285 6-Mar-23 6:01am    
a ok if I installed NetStardard library is enough?
Richard Deeming 6-Mar-23 6:13am    
If you're using a reasonably up-to-date version of Visual Studio, you should just be able to reference the actual library you're trying to use. There's no need to reference the NETStandard.Library package at all.
Member 14594285 6-Mar-23 6:14am    
I use visual studio 2022

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