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    C++ and C# with different versions


    Hello.
    I would like to ask a question regarding visual C++ and C# (both in express editions).
    The situation is the following:

    I have in my machine (windows 7) visual studio 2010 express installed and in there visual C++ 2010 express only

    Now, I would like to install C sharp as well but (I imagine, havent checked recently), currently there is no 2010 edition for this, is there?
    (I checked some years ago and there wasn't)

    So what should I do?? Can I install different editions of those?
    Or install two versions of express one with C++ and one with C#??

    Any advice, comment or pointer to this problem will be greatly appreciated

    Kansai
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    How about the latest Community edition? If you meet the licensing requirements then it's the full Visual Studio for free.
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    Thanks for the reply.
    I was in doubt if I could install two different versions. But I did and now it works fine (C#)

    C++ in community was not installed though by default. It seems I have to download this after installation.

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